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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Representative Johns Florida Federal Griffis Pleased ,With' Starke BerriesWin i Middleton Retains

lommissionerff. Receives Bass For Results Obtained In ,,
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Lakes Of County School First 'Week '


Hinson Dies Representative-Charley C. Johns, Tax Payments; Supt. A. J. Griffin-'said" this week Second Half MayorslzipJohns "|

while In Tallahassee recently con- that be was more than "well plea- ,

ferred with officials of the State! I ed" with results obtained from the '

riday At t Home Fish and Game Department In an Over 11Mill'ioiiInternai i first week of'the local school and League In Loop

effort to get fish to restock the that every teacher/ and pupil as Alvarez Re-elected "I

lakes In Bradford County. Wednesday well seemed to be ,satisfied and -

| -In 18'1tJ'aHt the representative paid The Revenues Increase Forty- that all indications point towardsone Season Brought To Clone .To

m (In Aluchua County, Years Telegraph a call and announcedthat Four Per Cent During of the best school terms inseveral Battle Daylight Club .
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Twenty-five 5,000 of the choice fingerling Year years. ,For Pennant Lit tin Interest Aroused By Voters :r

lesldrnt Of This County bass have been turned Into various -- In his weekly visit, to the school Around Cityhail

W. lakes of the 'county, This Internal revenues Increased to In order to check supplies and oth- THE STANDINGS Bum Has Important fl':

ounty Commissioner should improve the fishing possibilities er possible needs Superintendent First Half Engagement Broken .
the amount of cent
his home at HampTFriday forty-four per '", .
at Lost PctDaylight
died Won
: of Bradford lakes and will over the.state.for .1934This increase Griffis found every department Policeman Elected '
after an Illness By Night New Councilman H
night encourage out-of-county fishermen.The functioning Tine. He also says that ___?...11 8' ..579Fernandlna

several weeks duration during i Fish and Game Department : ranks Florida as thirty-first the bus travel for the school pupilsthis ...... 9 7 .663; bums ,
had several paraly- among the states. as a revenue Even the their business Vote I..* Cant In Tuesday'
uch time he promised Mr. Johns when there year. Is .better.1,than In past STARKE .__._?- 9 8 .529 tight

Itrokes. that the fish'could be expected not producer. years Improved bus bodies this Green Cove ____-_ D 11 .313. engagements, which are Election_Swrrul! Are
born In Alachua Income; Corporation S1.291.81S; sometimes broken with unpreventable Returned
was
>(r. Hlnaon later than Sept. 20; however they year make bus traveling for the -
a
Waldo. In 1874 and Individual, $3,143,814; .total $ ,- delay. Last Friday -
unty near reached here several days ahead of pupils safer and At the sam. time Second Half
the past twenty-five years had the 'time limit. RepresentativeJohns 431,630.Nation". lessen danger of casualties In case Won Lost Pct night Night Marshal W. E. A rather light vote was cast In 3 3e4''

5n a resident of Bradford Coun- expressed a feeling Of gratitude Industrial Recovery of accidents STARKE ........ 5 1 .833; Thornton say a bum came to Tuesday's city election this election '
served on the Board Act; excess profits, $9,578; capital hint wishing nights lodging In number
He has towards the department for Green; Cove _.___ 4 -2 .666 bringing the total
Commissioners for the I I.t stock. $387,621! dividends, $139 the city Jail ,and asking at the of ,
County with a request of this Daylight -_+-_,_* 2 3 .400 held since the Incorporation 14
complying
.t t ten years and for the past' sort so promptly 587; total $536.787. Loan Office f MovesTo i Lake Butler ..___ 0 3 ..001By same time to be waked and released Stark to sixty-four. Mayor W.

o years has been Chairman of Estate, $2,222,346; gift. 193. early the next morning: R.: Middleton secured third highest t

Board, his term was to have 034; distilled spirits,' $26.979! to meet a business engagementIn vote Tuesday to retain his ma- {i
5 SCHNELL)
pared next January. Shot wines, $607; fermented malt liquors ( LESTER Jacksonville. After the night for the third term over J>1* ) i
Sunday of yorahlp
Funeral services were held at Negro() $361,705.. Gainesville the The North regular Florida playing County season League beat' Policeman Thornton forgot opponent W. C. Manning who .at

Cemetery> near Theres- Internal revenue collected in the request of the seml- the present time i I..* a member of '
pe with last
Sunday afternoon, with Rev. connection with prohibition enforcement waa brought to a close prisoner and took to the,, hay '. school board.
the county
of Brooker, offlMng N Assailant"Doo" $.,263. : Thursday' games, which completed without letting the aforemen- stated u
McGauley Johns
E a m e S Consolidate Gainesville \VlthTboMOf second half schedule of six City Clerk Carl \
Interment being made In Tobacco: Cigars; $1,510,275; clg- Starke Ocala and the tioned party out. Not until late that there were approximately 376'
first half
In the
t family plot, with the StarkeI _I arets $1,673; manufactured tobacco Bronnon games each. In the morning when City Clerk qualified voters within the city.

I Hampton Masonic Lodges con- Gannett Is Alleged To Have $618; total. $1,512,369. -; race which, Daylight finished won In third the Carl Johns came down to begin only :289,turning out* however, to 5t

ctlng the rites at,the grave.A Waylaid "Crook"Jackon Oleomargarine, $12,241; narcotics. Offices of the'Production Credit Starke entry performance of his dally duties decide the city affray It was '.a

quartet composedvof :Mr., and $ ,109; all stamp taxes $M- Association, of Starke will likelybe place, but made a great finish This to did the fellow gain freedom. timated by various members of the

Mrs. J. D. Doyle 088' ; manufacturers excise taxes,, cop the second half pennant. Whether he missed the next
.. L. G. Powell moved t<* Gainesville next week, to city government that this was one
1 John H. Powell of Starke, had One has been arrested and prob- $866,497; admissions, $183.618; it was anao'urtted following a meetIng putt the local nine In a position-easur night's lodging by missing the of the lightest vote cut In recent ;
in the
at theNrervlce. .club dues $46,289;; telegraph, telephone battle Daylight post not we are unable S !
music or
_arge of the ably other arrests will follow in at which it Wat) decided to consolidate engagement years ,
pallbearers were, the four Coun- connection with this shooting of I cable and radio messages the Gainesville association play-off. to state. However, from City Clerk Johns and Chief of,
nine completed
Commissioners, namely O. W. "Crook" Jackson negro, who was $71,868; leased wires, $3; leases of with those of Stark, Ocala and The Strawberry In the second this time on when making Police A.: L. Alvarea were high

drew of New River;' J. :M.:Roof fatally wounded early Sunday afe deposit boxes, $17,877; checks Bronson for the sake! of economy." Its six game quota week addIng Starke for a night, this travelerwill men in the yearly election with a
boats the by
past
Mallory Thomas (banks), $332,438; pleasure halt during probably make sure of risIng trailed
r Lawtey. morning while going from his Merging the four associations touch to what. number of votes, which was '"

d L. L. Conner of Starke and home In the Reno section to another $43,320.Agrlculturat'. Act Into a single unit now establishes a been fine finishing successful season on time by engaging a hotel closely by Mayor Middleton.' Very ;;'

erk of the Court A.' J. Thomas, part of the negro quarters, In 'Adjustment cotton, a central office In GalneSvtB having has a highly with a dual vic room and leaving a call with the little Interest war aroused by the l7.
Wheat, $80,321; celebrating! \
A. Andreu. town.. i Taxes: Alachua bell boy. hall during :
d n the northeastern part of Jurisdiction over and Green Cove voter around the city
tobacco (AAA), $263, c With Starke
tory.
Those surviving him are his wi- According to Deputy Sheriff J. $142,693; Levy Dixie Gilchrlnt, Marlon, first slot the'day> and without the asking ifJ{ J
the place
$624 ,- for
$6.434 hogs tied
field $ :
209 corn up
>w, Mrs. Estella Bunion, and nine B. Sapp,Jackson was waylaid and ; fa- Bradford and Union' Counties here, one would have never noticed that >li

ughters, Mrs. O. C. :Mann of Pa- shot once In the'stomach with \ 55; paper and jute fabrics $ W. S. Sibley, secretary of the prior to Wednesday's, anticipated.However game an election was being held. W
t battle was
tka, Mrs. John Hall and Misses buckshot. The slain negro, before 604; sugar, $6,711.. Starke Association this week said a bitter the; Berries sprung a surprise No Definite Word The vote In the race for,, city M

kle, Willie Mae, Alberta, Marie dying It Is alleged, stated that that it was not yet known whether taking the'count of the councilmen was light, two of the W

oria, OdeU and Alma Hinson\ ,'all he was shot by "Doc" gassett a Relief DistrictsGet the Credit Corporation of Columbia by nine to the tune of 13-0. former member being re-elected: '.-

Hampton; and three IOns, B. L., turpentine worker In the quarters Allotment Of One would employ a man local In Springs'Thursday"* tussle, the Berry Concerning PlantCommittee to this position while a. new mem- ,;j

enry and Woodrow Hinson\ of of L. G. Powell.,. Total ly to transact its business In this to take a ber' came into the limelight P. %

ampton; two brothers,. J. A. ,A coroner's Jury met.Sunday afternoon Million Dollar county ,"' nine,4-2 was verdict bar1pressed,over the Ramblers, i M. Barefoot, Incumbent was' reelected 'M
fast "VJ
fawn of JacksonvlUe and A. G., the body of the O. L, Beaslay. The
was y
to view as
A. B. Surrency of Brooker, was for both teams'Pete" *'
the To
season "
Is Help
clotting Appointed
Miami to Florida's relief regions ; dada 1 ta N.
inson of negro and reassembled Monday eleven chosen to be a director representing Jones umpired both gamesl new member of Uw city

A large assemblage 'of friends [continue their Investigation; how were allotted $1.400,000' of thestate's Bradford and Union, Counties, Obtain Canning Factory> D. Walnwrlght, Jr., who secured

d 1 relatives from alt over this ,ever, ,so ,fa rthlsweek The Telegraph $..1,4 O.OOO general relief. in the ae wset-upi f- l good Starke fashion.151; Green'Cote, '0. r ,Foa. Shirk! .rl,4 the'blput vote eaet-ts'this, pertitular **"
well as adjoining coun.cj to learn further for operations during September "
mty as unable grant
was will continue in the future too race.
Loans to on
I left play
With two local of
games
According authority
. attended the funeral, paying 'whether any definite conclusionhad recently. be made' for Vote for the various. officei'llweret'
U said to
it ,
the schedule, the Berries tightened the FERA definite word had
|i Hr< last .respects to this promln- been reached as the jury recessed The balance was withheld for expenses no r
"production"purposes. -
stock and from'Green
been closely of the crop down to" break'way' been received concerning the progress
t citizen, who had until a later time, probably of the state offices is MayorW.
affairs of this Any operating farmer Cove in the flag race by shutting of securing a canning plant
ntlflod with the FERA. t -\f\ I Incumbent 1-208
next week. K. Middleton,
Association which put the bad been
., Pensacola $169,820 Tallahassee, This game, than: that the project PoliceA.
I ; willingness to aid any and all who ahead of their submitted and under consideration City
"Now And Forever 91MO Gainesville $124,600 locals a.full game was unopposed23ft
$ ; Alvarez,
L.
Worm Meet At Ritz Next Week (which Includes Bradford County) ; can' qualify,. rivals, came as a surprise for the ] Local Work Director 0 C.Register City Clerk
crew .
------ set for a real belief that the
fans who were expressed a
237
Jacksonville $227,080; Palatka APPOINTED Carl Johns, unopposed ..__.._
MRS. RIMES (
from the strengthened project will be obtained for fitarke
Coming to the Ritz Theatre Sun $101,800; Orlando 119.280; Tampa LAKE: BUTLER, Sept 13-Mrs. wrap City Councilmen

ostponed T and Monday Is an outstanding Palm Beach $66,920 r Miami $129-Virginia Rimes of Worthington Springs' team.Uncorking though. P. M. Barefoot, Incumbent_...144O.
u e s day : In
drive A committee has been appointedby
picture, "The World Moves On"; 500; Key West $18,900. Springs, has been appointed to the an eight-run Grlffls who Is aluo L. Beasley Incumbent ...,127
first the Berries waved Supt. A. J. new.l:!"
Madeleine Carroll and f' Worthington,, the Inning N. D. Wainwright; Jr. ( )
featuring
Franchot Tone, which might be cot'NTY COURT SEPT. 25: postmastershlp left vacant recently, by the deathof powerful bats behind the master- I president. of the Business Men'sClub W. p, Smith ...,.-.._....,1+_118 .
gilt t Against Pest Up To County of Pete McKinley here composed of J. M. Mitchell
fur four-hit pitching .._.. _. _.. 8T
worthy successor O. W White ---
as a who had I --
termed Harrison,
Individual,No easily the picture "Cavalcade," The next regular term of,County Mrs. Mary for seven Beside keeping these. four F. F. Stump and J. B. Alexander N. Kendrick -.-.._,..,_./.. 93 {
Relief Seen to Court Bradford County will be served ae postmaster well scattered McKinley contributed who will work )In connection .. -
hits +
--- the epic picture. of 1933. held at the court house here Sept years. Mrs Rimes, filed the prop. his cause by driving In with Director Refclstar In an effortto

LThe possibilities, of Federal aid Shirley Temple will, a be popular cofeaturedwith favorIte 25, according to reports from er paper and received the. appointment ...\two runs to Self, the Springs' ace, secure the project, by seeking
MrseEthelM.Johos'l
fight against\ the screw in Starke and Carole County Judge E. K.; Ferryman, this effective Monday' September was knocked from the box In the donations from the city and coun- : s

orm In this county has taken Gary Cooper"Now And Forever"at week., '10. --_ third with a barrage: of four *uccesslve > ty, and In any other Ways that they

'ore to the roughs this week, and Lombard in and Wed : hits:'' He was replaced by; might help
Tuesday
rther plans in the next few the Ritz Critics next are 5 very enthusiastic : FRINK ANSWERS MIAMI HERALD'SSTATEMENTSCONCERNINGCOUNTY Bollas who held the locals at bay It ,estimated that It. will require Di Tuesday
the nesday. to finish
eeks > $300
of any fight against their praise of the child f fairly well until the eighth. Twelve : approximately

row worm Is lost so far as mem- in scored triumphs in hits off Self,and Bolles netted the the old' warehouse behind Denmark -

fri of the local body know. actress Miss who Marker,", and "Baby; Berries fifteen rims, The Berries Furniture store which ha been Rev. .1. I). Dixon Conduct Funeral
A which had been call- "Little elected as a site for a
meeting Cooper and also committed six errors In the temporarily .DereaMMl Wa Pioneer Citizen
M at the courthouse for 3:30 Take A Bow. Carole Gary Lombard al". shutout. canning plant,ahould it be obtained. Of County
F
Mock afternoon was the glamorous The city council recently promised
Tuesday
good performances. The following paragraph, clipped tlona of this state are almost as eight run barrage ccypie. -"-' iS
itpnned the occount of an In.ficlent so give very The the donation of $100 and thBoard
on ....
number of farmers and from The Miami Herald of Sept J bare of timber nqw as when originally about when J. Hall, first up, walked of County Commissioners Mrs. Ethel Moltt Johns, 47. 'wife ,fit
at the
cut over. Carter singled of Terry E Johns, died
second.
ORATOR and stole
4th. says: .
embers of the Board of County NOTED WOMAN $50 towards assurance of the laying
TO SPEAK IIEREMrs. Representative Lea Green of Native wild grasses grow luxuriantly past first, sending him to suitable family residence cm Call Street.
Asr cement floor In a
mmlsslonerll being present Florida attacks government's cat ; here, furnishing good pasture third. Woodall walked to fill the of the Tuesday/ night, .after an Illness of
u steps are LL.D.., should the attemptsto N
we can learn no .' :Mary Harris Armor tle policy. Calling' attention to most of the year, and in recent 'nacks. Then Abbott smacked outa building several months.
log to> be taken towards the cur- will speakIn get the plant prove successful.Anniversary .
oft "The Georgia Cyclone/ need for better stock: in Florida. years Carpet Grass ha become two-bagger clearing the .bases I Mrs, John was born Juno I..
ent of this much talked evening ,
Starke next Friday Green's district grows .sorriest ,,very generally spread over this entire Manama' was safe on an error 9 1887 and ,was daughter of the
,. fit: to at
only as Individuals see September 21 at eight o'clock 'range cows In Florida. On scrubby district, where it seem to find Sparkman rolled to second and OfConstitution late Mr. sod Mrs. Arthur E. Moltt.
i lID, until funds are rend -
word, or the Presbyterian Church. soil cut-over by timber Interests a natural homo and now furnishes both were safe on a bobble.. With Monday pioneer citizens of Starke. She j

l from sources, other than are Mrs. Armor, known as the Woman long ago. Cows starve to death .in excellent pasturage almost the the bases again loaded, Jones lifted wa united In marriage to 'Mr, e
in been -
sight.' Orator of America has there. Government needs to know year round. a single to center scoring.Abbott., around the John on February 16, 1910 and pi
will bring
tit seems that the future of the heard In Starke before when she more about south Florida. Where I I As to scrubby'.soils, it Is very McKinley sent one through fight Monday hundred and forty-seventh anniversary had spent most of her life In r

against the possible J Ions of spoke here several years ago, and I I lush.grass could, keep millions of generallyrecognized by, Informed for two bases, scoring Sparkmanand one of the Constitution of Starke. She wa an active member '

Weds of dollars worth of live- Itla, expected that she will have 'cows lit. If flood control proper : people that this Flat-woods section: Manassa. Redgrave whiffed United States, this Constitution of the Stark*, Christian Church

*kin Bradford County In not so |a large audience at this meeting. .. care,were in force. It all dependaUPOD of northeast Florida, ha an above 'and Hall filed out, to left. Jones'cam the having' been organized on and tip 'until the time of her 111nes -

right and that It la left to thek Here are some of the tributes: I. control of water Federal I the average acreage production of j' In on a vVild pitch. Carter 17 1787. took a leading part In all thectlvlties

owners and the county alone I paid her by the press: government. la making a start; the i almost any crop adapted to. this '. walked Self uncorked another Sept each In the of.the church'especially
eke On this day person
'> make the fight a success. Julius |I Faultless logic, matchless state does nothing. Like Congressman section: favorably comparable to' wild one and McKinley scored Carter United States should set aside apart In the Sunday School work.
Stone Jr. Florida relief admin I Augustine Evening much of the muck lands. In tact. i| held Wednesday
quence.-St. Green, we", expect too. that going to second. Woodall singled of the day, U only a few minutes Funeral service wa

train,. at a meeting of stockers Record. uglut., muck lands--and.there are large past,, third, advancing Carter, to thoroughly familiarize afternoon at. four o'clock'at
In Tallahassee recently said hundred horse-power ora paragraph here are seldom culti to more Christian Church, with the
One lI, The writer of this acreage but was caught on an attempt l themselves with the laws of our the
Uef funds could not be expended tory.,-The Sunday Post London. makes some pretty wild .statements vated.' Other land will average steal The remainder of the runs Rev. J. D.' Dixon. of Jacksonville
i the screw worm campaign only among the foremost correct: better production and quality of government. service. Mrs. E. L.
Undoubtedly which we wish to cam In ,the third and eighth InDID" la each school In the county conducting the
'a hauls of relief for who world's orators at the Crom these other land I* J. D. accompanied -
'persons of the It is true, of course, that Repr.I produce should this day be observed, with Bigg and Mrs. Doyle
t nuef roll client Present meets present ''time.-The Outlook, New sentaUve Green's district, hi com- so much better than that produced Cartel and WoodaU led the bitter the teacher taking 'little time by Mrs. E. I M Davis,

of funds to Florida are section'of on muck ;:lands, that few people I a a duet. "The Touch Of
i Zealand. I moo with,most other with three out of four each, off from their class work, to comment sang '
Relent for $3.50 needs muck land car to go to the Mine" and Mrs, R. e
approximately I this as well ae other states, [with : Charlie Abbott got three for the basin and organic His Hand On ,

Week for each family on the t'OIJa. WOMAN'S CLUB :WILL BEGINCOLLECTING I i:Improved strains of cattle.. expense of clearing and'cultivating. whale five. Abbott allOyed I a, stellar laws of upon our, great government so J. Davis sang a* a ,solo, "Face- w
Dr. J. L who presided SOONMembers' muck land ; !f fInterment
Knapp CLOTHES: paragrspaeospeaks the To Face.
But when"' your < Halite Jones acquaint the children
>at sherd that they may ,
I not game {; .
the said thisdistrict are is
Tallahassee meeting tlmberlands Pasture* Its In the fam-
the jWonraa's I Club' of scrubby 1011. I credit for' the nicest throw with these. laws.DR.MIODLCTON wa made
finances are limited for the of ( Tuesday man long since denuded of timber, and dependent 011.enormously expensive gets taking Balsa fly In '.' lly plot at Crosby Cemetery, with F.
next ,
stock sanitary board and. it will begin a drive here, he flood coltrot Cattle In this i of tte game Mortician la
collect discarded, cattle starving to death 1 center and making a perfect OUT AGAIN DeWItt C. Jones Co.
not allow ofraogere effort to sleek, and fat and deep .
the hiring badly misinformed section now are oft first.. charge of arrangements. The number
families certainly double Pace
to take care. of the stock as clothe to be given to needy County. Soils can usually be judged for stay ,o most of the year. EvenIn line peg to Lake Butler Dr.. W. E. Ulddleton ha. resumed of choice flower sent by friend

treated by some livestock own- In'Starke and Bradford fertility by the natural timber our hardest winters there is Starke Strawberries 4j took a hard ; his duties, and was fn his office to cover the mound ,where she
'
Dr. Knapp stated further that .' 'I and native grasses, andthis much'kes.+loss from starvation The Lake Butler Wednesday morning after a severe sleeps, attested to the esteem In ,
*** ladles will a begin collecting: : growth section of the south fought '.2 verdict over of the dengue fever which
s The
a responsibility of each own section originally bad the finest than m many the sec case ,. which she wa held.
cinch
Wt. take care of his cattle. the clothes Tuesday and anyone I stands of long leaf and slash We consider this section one of the here Thursday to locals witnessed confined him to his home during Pallbearer were: Active Maurice ..

What steps will be taken In the having various pieces of wearing:I' timber which, In common I best cattle sections In tbe.8-th., ond half pennant. The trouble before I the past two weeks, Edwards Carl Johns Julian Sr

"ure cannot be ascertained by lo- apparel that they have thrown pine oth.rctlOll8l of the scullwas and the fact that right now some considerable Green '. Peek' Jr.. Walter McDonald, Jr., ss,

eu authorities, but., probably a aside are asked. to get in touch I with, number of yean.ago. 52,000 acres of land in this districtare : finally downing the visitor. CITY COUNCIL: TO MEET: [Charley E. John and William'Ty
a the [
club cut over '-1 In
*-Ung will be held at a pater date with some of the ladle of the call for' However this section is very, < being fenced for pasturing government Cove topped Daylight. by f"'The city council will meet at.the son: Honorary, R. A. Green. 'W.'' W,.

U as effort to get funds to carry and they will be glad to to,1.rapidly reforesting; Itself and now purchased cattle, would other. closing game."Preacher" pitched city ban Tuesday night In.their. elides. C. A. Knight Root. Cone
be Ferryman
will given
out I them .The clothes of ex to Indicate that our government < O. Andreu and Earl Edwards
Campaign thousands of acres seem but regular twlce-a-moath session. The A 1
has
well at I many two-tit ball for five inning '
needy school children for are of the same optnAUBREYFRINIC John 1 survived by her wt-
in t'eeDeat'' young growth suitable experts la the sixth and usual routine of business .will be ,Mr* -
kaII mule of the families finally gave way
)'. textile to .Mexiconspnsd' other members t' cross ties and evessaw 11oa,0 transacted., ,(..CoeUnued Pag,') .'
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being closed the-county who are la need ol turpentine Continued.on Page )? > .
after. ;
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some UJ ,; \
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I, BROOKER EVERGREEN I IJllr. I week here'with her parents Mr. Jacksonville spent Saturday night, tlst'' Church is progressing nicely Saturday otter spending

Mix Vera (1.I.r", Cerre.p. .na>ntI .. F.. A. iloeler CnrrrnponitriitMrs. I and Mrs Birt Stokes. 1 Mr. L. ('.. MntlC and Sunday with her parents, Mr and much Interest is being manI- here with F. M. Crews and a week flllll.
-- Mrs Blrt Britt and children of and Mrs. R. U. Parmenter. fested. Ily.
Shower Glven-y;;;: Mr*. Earnest J. S. Rosier, Stella Mae Ocala here Mrs Ruby and Leo Edwards
were visiting relatives H .rry were Mr. and Mrs J. T. Quigley of, Mrs. 'E. M. Gnann
RUM Motes Clarice Rosier, J. D. Sapp Tuesday and Wednesday. dren of visiting Mr. Clarence and Mr. Starke, attended services at the I lives in Starke visited reI..
Mrs. Earnest Russ was honoredby and Clifton Rosier SundaY'with Ring her Friday and Satur-
spent I Mrs. I. W Dyal of Graham Carnellous Moore Sunday. Baptist Church this week. Beautiful day
a shower given at the homeof Mr. and Mrs J.'D. Peele. Broughton this
here with her Miss Carrie Bell Norman and music was furnished by Mrs.
spent Tuesday parents Miss
Mrs. C. L. Atkinson, last Fri of Maggie Crew
JIr. and Mrs Leatou Morgan and
the after Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. I Mrs. Aleen I Maxine Hicks were visiting Pencie Quigley and the Mission Band f-om Hardee were visitors Cecil
day afternoon. During Mrs. to
Double Run were visiting Ga., is Stark.
visiting which
Starke
: Davis Sundayafternoon. was greatly enjoyed. -
noon the guests were entertainedby Morgans sister, Mrs. J. E. Rosier Miss Hazel Thomas spent Sun and Mrs. J. H. Saturday
various games and contests, after Sunday. day with Miss Lula Mae Lewis. Miss Beatrice Nelmens and Mr, Mr .and( Mrs L J.
Norman
Mrs. Aleen Harley Thornton were united in Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Blrt and chIl- Miss ann
which the bride was presented Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis spent : Cleo Norman were in
with numerous presents. After Mr. and Mrs Shlpman Sapp and several days last week In Jackson day from Miami marrIage last 'Tuesday by Rev. dren, Mrs.W. P. Blrt and son and Saturday, Starke

'L the presents were presented the children spent Sunday with Mr. villa with their son, P. W. Lewis. eral days with Thomas conducting the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown, all of Mr. and Mrs noy urirr.s
and Mrs. J. Rosier ,
hostess served delicious lemonade Q. Mabry Mann and daughters, of C. Willis. They have many friends who wish Gainesville, attended preaching Mary and Corrie Dinkins Mis
and cake. Charlea, Howe of Lawtey spent Fairbanks were visiting relatives .Mr., George them o successful married life., services here last Sunday. P. Dlnklns of Lawtey were and E
t the week-end with his father, Mr. vlaiton
Among those present were Miss- here last week. Misses Grace Miss Rebecca Mond. of Jack- Thornton,Johne who is holdinga here Sunday.
Jack Howe at the CCC *
r es Vera Gainey, Connie McGauley, Camp. Mr. and Mrs H. H. Howard and Brookvllle sonville Is here visiting her sisters government position in the C. C. S E. Godwin of Maxvine Will
,f and Beulah Lewis, and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanand MI'. and Mrs. R. Thomas and their father, ;: Mrs. Ruby Rhoden and Mrs. Camp at Ocala, was called to the visitor here Sunday. e

Cone, Mrs. O. Ef McGauley, Mrs. son ware visiting B. E.,,.Rosier daughter, Miss Hazel, attended Sunday. Eva Robinson tbis week. bedside of his aunt, Mrs. P. E. ; Mr and Mrs. T. :-ialxbum
Roy Green Mrs. Howard Mott and mother Sunday night. baptism at Fairbanks last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Miss Thelma Rhoden spent Friday Johns last Monday.Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs; Ellery Groves

MM. D. L. Polk Mrs. H. P. Mr.. and Mrs. Bryiuit ReddIng Mr. and Mrs, Blrt Stokes and proud parents of night with Miss Genevieve G. P. Wadsworth left this of Lawtey visited here Sunday
Galney Mrs. L>. O. Hazen Mrs. and daughter of the State Farm children and Mrs. Johnson of Lake Monday. Sept 3.UEILYRON. Sanders of Sandy Lane morning for Jacksonville, where Mr. and Mrs. Nelson T. Green
Emery: Hazen, Mrs. L. R. Waters, were visiting his mother. Mrs. H. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pad- Mr. and Mrs.. Dan Forsyth and she will spend a while with friends. and children of Starke spent SUII-
Mrs T. W. Markey Mrs. E. T. ; F Redding Sunday. gett, Miss Oreon Padgett and Miss son Seeber, spent Saturday, and Mrs. L. A. Johns who has been day here with Mrs H c Wlm.
ibtuart, Mrs. Vance Russ, Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs Schellle Koner' and Elva Mann all attended the bIrth- I"... T..I.... It.o" : Sunday in Union County attending quite ill for several days has a berly and family.
Z M. Hazen, Mrs. Frank Blots, Mm.7. daughters, Louise and Clarice, day dinner of Mrs. Stokes' mother church. host of friends here wro are delighted Carson M. Griffis was a visitor
\ D. Webb, Mrs. C. L. Atkinson were visiting Mrs Bill Stringfellow Mrs. O. W. Dyal of Graham, Mrs. Ella Kite Willie Strickland of Graham'was to know that her condition to Lawtey Monday.
and Mrs. Earnest RUSH the guestof in Starke Saturday night. Sunday. of Jacksonville a business visitor here Sunday.HAMPTON is improving Mrs. H C.' Wimberly returned
honor. There is to begin a revival meet- time here with Mrs. Ida Anderson, of Lake Butler Friday from a few days visit with

1'' Mrs. Hamp Conerly of Okeechobee ZIFFMI. ing at Dedan church: Monday night Kite. Is spending a while with her Mrs. N. T. Green in Starke

spent part of last week here .. l.ula Mao Lenin CorrespondentServices after the third Sunday in this Mrs Ed MInN. Ada Nltntnn. Cerre.pondentThose daughter, Mrs. Blanche Edwards.HIGHLAND F. M. Crews was a business vis-
; month. Everyone in welcome to spent Sunday .- -- Itor to Jacksonville Monday,
Sally | were held at Deadon attend. Mr. and Mrs..' who attended the C. C. Mrs. R. C. Griff and M,. and
church, Saturday! and Sunday by m Starke. Camp at Ocala last Sunday were: Mrs. Wilford Dtnklns of Lav
u Gainey were M. I-:. (>f.... Corr..po.d'.n.Mr. ley
{ G. McGauley of beds have been Mr. J. Larry and Beatrice Godsby, Misses !
transacting buulne' In Starke Pastor Rev. E. i Oyster plantedat spent Sunday with Mr. and M....
Tuesday. Brooker. Weather Cave, Alaska in an of Starke passed Clemmie and Myrtice Hall and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Crews, Miss L. J. Norman.
to
Mrs. Earnle Johnson of Lake effort to Inaugurate the IndustryIn tion Sunday and Mrs. Clyde Hall. Myrtle Crews and W. L. Crews returned Miss Louise Smith of Starke was
; A large crowd from here attended Butler Is spending part of this! ,the northern territory. Mr, and Mrs. The Revival melting at the Bap., to their home at Clearwater a visitor here Wednesday!
the funeral services of Mr
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,' G.Chesley W. Hinson Fogg of of Theressa Graham and Sunday.Mr "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES" -Bill Beware ---By POP ,MOMAND -I IrHA'T'S

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Rev. G. E., McGauley was at- -

tending to business In Hampton. WB MAD TERRIBLE IFI / 1/1 YESSER6BANT SQUIRT: IS I H'MKIT LOOKS
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OUST
Saturday. TODAY!l TI{' QOTCMER: 1NSANEuc' yTEALOOa: AND WHEM MB
ma WA'V.c.: S LIt<.G xXu Be NVONEVAHEAD
Miss COLLECT: THC Blu.-- CAMe IN AND SAW TeSSIB TALKINbB6FORS :
iv IdaFay Webb of Jacksonville -
PEL : 1b -M' A3 LONCs A* TM'
WHATS ROWCrr-SOLDIER I KlMOOC BUTCHER HE lDN'T
spent the week-end here as fl 4 ALOYSIL5' .
P. OUT oP TH' HOUSe: AND WAIT TO FIND SAR "'AN'
OUT TH
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of her cousin Miss Louise h1ATTE12BAnY You
,7 guest MSCiI'INIS:: !!H; jiM DOWN! 'R-1' BUSINESS ne OUST FLeW
Webb. You LOOK.ALA. TH'
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c &"TREeT'CHAT"- INTO At RAGa :!H!
OP ATWITTER GILL?
Quite a few Crom; here! attended i'
,' the funeral services of Mrs ? //1 t \ rt1'I.
Dave Dukes at New Hope Sunday, ..
&'1 Mrs.. Lenar' Wilson of Gainesville I ar'I

? spent part of this week here
1 with her grandmother, Mrs. Sally a
Mott l I /
kR Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Miss e D S. '. e


Alachua T. B. Plnholateir and G. E. Parker / t' UWlli -

{r were transacting business in ?;! 7b1)7)
.
Starke Saturday. -
.N I e k r..a..aus N. "
f --..... .. DEUCHTFU&I 'y....
( Projects affiliated with Boulder -

A dam will ultimately use more THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR In The Same I
{ than 30,000,000 pounds of copper, 1'>AaI.Y'7\ ;J""U: **A "** : Boat

according to figures of the Arlona I ..
-AND VERY FEW 0 fYtSS1R
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copper tariff board. PEOPLE I 1 AGREE ve SINCE 1VE
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RlAUtZErr '
t GOT RICH P "ANO
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I'IIOTICI.l' OP KI.KCTIO 0 HAD A
tw Ia l NAvE NOTHING) V THAT CLOTHED I'M ALWAYS
to the Hl.rlff of Hrudfui'd Coun- YEP' THE
tjr of the stare of Florldiit' WORLD! ELSE FORGETnM MY iWNOKERCHIEP
tie It Known That 1, H A. 11 ray, 6p WHEN t CHANGE TO TH
{ Secretary of th. Mlatu of Florida, do
hereby five notion thnt a OTHER SUIT .
UHKRIttti' Kt.KC'I'lOV: :
'r will be held In Urudford County,
'. Tuesday next 1 it 'I %
succeed F ng thedltrsttM: t
; l ." In November ;r h tIIM
A. p. 1034 the suld. Tuu""y eY
belnr theSIXTH -
".tV OF NOtHMHMU. :
Far I'nltucl' $tat.. Senator
II For Hf-preHentatlve, In Con, >rr-iii
mete at 14uMe", +0
.for. Bel.re.ontative. of the # District of the State
of Florida in. the HeventyfourthConicrHM
& "' of 'the United State.
For Two JUHtluo. of the Supreme: tt iOHYOU 05AT
4r Court of the Slate of Florida
For Two Railroad Coininlmiloner.
< of the Htate of Florida
For One Member of the House of
neprenentatlven of the State of Flor
101....
y, For Five County Commissioners ..
"For .
Three Member of the County
I
,4 Board of Publlo Instruction I r
In Testimony Whereof _
have hereunto net my hand t- .
hr ,
nf mid the affixed State the of Florida llreut Seal, atPi' ---- /lam ,.. ...._...'.-. _
Tallahamiee. -
the Capital,

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Bradford'-7-lt-ll-a.! County eurk, Florida. Jnily Jazz sc I COULDN'T CUT wo-:1: COUIDH'T
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I TEUEGRAril. ST.VRKE FLORIDA
BRADFORD COrVTY
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First grade A-B Glee Club on Monday at the sec NO. TWOA JOINT NO.3tEdvLUTIth FIVE -

J. M. and Wilbur Bell ond period. The Boys Glee Clubon JOINT RESOLUTIONA
Spencer Joint Resolution Proponing an A Joint Resolution Proposing1 to
High I painted our Reading Table. Wednesday at the second per- A me lid mi-lit to Article 10 of the Amend Hectlou 114 of Article III of
1 t'onwtltutlon of the State of YIor.tia the Constitution of the Rlat. of
Bradford School J Jonrna1J We have two canary birds in iod.The officers w ere by AddingThereto an Additional Florida Helming to County and

our room this, year. following Section to It* Known ac"Section Municipal Governments.
elected: 7" Relation. to Mom- lie It He4 lve1 by te l.enlslatav.
1 Miss Madge :Mlddleton's room. President. stead anil E".mplon. at She Stat ot Florida

Lillian Sternberg- H. It IteitnUe fcy the Legislature That section S4 of Artlcl, III of '
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First Grade Mildred HundleySecretary.Dorothy .f the Bta'. ci Florida i the Constitution of the Htate of

STAFF B. H. S. Will Win First j We have started reading in our Sapp-Treasurer. Aitkle That the lOot followingamendment the Constitution to of Florida arovernments relating to county be and the and same municipal

ChapelBig Pre-Prtmera this week and how we the Slat of Florida relatingto Is hereby am.nd.d. and as. amended -

Most of Games Success like book We also have COLLEOt BOUND Hoiti*"t.ad and exemptions, by add la agreed to an.' shall be submitted '
School our new additional Section tn the electors of the State

i TUB 0 entire Bradford High of Claims Coach ,health inspection,, every morning.We Many of the former students of to Ingtheietn lie. known an as 7" prov"Int '- of Florida at the Oeneral Election VIof

staff up to the time Last: Year's Seniors Present School to win the pretty, Bradford High are attending college that no ...8..1011." for any Representatives to b* held In '
Journal selecte are trying 1984 fur or Hald.election
not been or County or Municipal taxntlnn approval r.J..oton.
edition hal With Stage .,. at various places this year. 14 [
for
banner rod. homeateud
our shall lie levied upon the Artol. II. !'
fromPUP" But Not
selected Material This Year "
staff la to be Good Suite Among them are: h* and Ihe earn I I. herebyagreed ed shall read folowa:

"" who bave abownvta* Quite As Much As School Mrs. Jeanette D. Kincald's) roomFirst Prevatt Dorothy to and shall b* submitted to 8.ctlon *4. The Legislature. shall
t hO'lf! Marguerite the qualified electors of the Htat of establish an, uniform .y..r of
rest to the paper and This Size Could Furnish. The first official chapel of the Swanbom Lois Adktns Lois Long. Klorlila: for ratification or rejection county and municipal g-overnment, '

to make the B. H. S. Jour- Bradford High School was held Grade Stump. Evelyn Stump. In the ..n",1 election tn .held on which shall b* applicable, except In
orked Head Coach Don MacQueen We have learned so many words. Marjorie the tlr.t ,, .. after the first canes Where local I lawsfor ';,
cal a bigger andJBetterpaper. Friday, Sept. 7. their words and Ellen Wiggins. who are attending Monday 11 November A. 1. 18 .ountl.. are "rov"r..d bv the ,
when asked what he thought of The one who learns the F, S. C. W. at Tallahassee. that I is to "Y. there shall T '. ur. that may b* Inconsistent ,
this season's football prospects The first thing on the program first gets books) first. We have to Article 10 of the Constitution of therewith Th* legislature' shall by

Thanks was a song "Onward CbrlBtlanSoldlll"ll In the State of Florida relatingto general law classify cities and
stated that he was quite certain directed Mrs. Wall. some flowers and. new pictures Milton Brownies and George In- homestead and exemption an addltlonal town according : '

that the Bradford Tornadoes would by our room. Hectlon to b" known aa shall by general law oPp':3c
take this means of This was followed by the Lord's man are attending the University "Hectlon 7'* of aald Article, which their Incorpo..alon.
I We want to to the win a majority of the football Prayer and the Flag Salute. Miss Annie :Mae Peatce'a: room of Florida at Gainesville shall read a* follows: rl.41.I.n. duties and priv

eJlpresslng our appreciation games this season. "I ,have some Frank and John Inman are students Hectlon 7. There shall be exempted aU" pow.r.i classification,
of the echooj who are Mr. Gray then Introduced Miss from all taxation other than and local law Incor
friends good material to work with but not First Grade
in Oglethorpe. cities or town providing
benefits, to
for
aMHeaamunta
i corking so hard to make this term as much as a school this size Marjorie Stump who acted as rep We are learning to read. We Prow. Strickland is attending .p..IR head of a family Who la a "oratn.th..l. government. Ilrl.dl"tonl ,

County High School resentative for last year's seniors cltlsen of and resides In the State of ... and
Bradford should furnish. Never the less I'm and cuwen.
of had We drew apples oranges. college at Stetson University Florida the homestead. aa. defined. In by the Legislature*
best we have ever team this In presenting the school with a Hazel Adkln'a room Approved June 6, 1038.
toe sure we will have a good Miss Martha Brownlee Is entering the 'Arle'l. 10 of the Constitution of

especially want to thank Mrs. L. fall" ha said. stage suite composed of a table for nurses train- of Florldii up to the valuation -
( Riverside Hospital
who has shown a keen and two chairs. They also donated of $1,010,01) provided b.w- NO. SRC '
Grade
Vinlng Mr. Gray. assistant coach Is Second ever that t to eald home- A JOINT nl "
Interest In the health of our school. two strong campus benches. New Flag. ing.A. .' may b* vested In etich) headof tOLUTIOr
Second has a the University -
quite sure also that we will win PostGraduates grade E. Wall Is entering '00 family or In hIs lawful wire A Joint .. Propntn.Anlendnent ; "
the
-- -. most of the games this time. "We Principal Gray thanked Some of the children brought pot of Georgia. residing upon such homestead or to Article IX of the "

S. Has Four for the student body. flowers to help maake the room at- In both. Constitution of th* Stat of Florida l
B. H. might be defeated by St. Augustine On exhibition on the stage was Approved May IT, 19S3 Relative to Taxation and Finance "I "
and Lake City If we play tractive. They are working hardto MANY POST QUADS to f<* Known a* Section 1 ,
New Teachers j model of a Dutch windmill. The Banned. THIS YEAR of Article IXH
the RETURN
them but we might surprise ourselves arms were turned by an electric : win NO. THREE .'Resolved liy the ... .. 3mot
and them by turning the Miss Lillie McRae's room We have a large class of post A JOINT RKHOUUTIO.V tk* Slat *f Florida' A ,1

SeW Faculty llembers'eU 1>1_ tables" he said. motor. This model was built by graduates this year and we are A Joint Resolution Proposing* That the following amendment to L I', ,

With Bradford High. Like Eddie Hartman a former seventh Second Grade all glad to be back. Amendment of Article XIV of the Article IX of the Constitution of '.
ed very
Teachers The first team will probably be grade student. Constitution of Florida Relatingto the Htat of Florida, to h* known
Students and Fellow There were fifty-seven of us on The post are: '
Merriel grouains Prohibition. aa Section 14 of said IV. b* '

made up of the following: Mr. Gray announced that there the first day. But Mrs. Ritch Henry Godwin Sinclair Peek II* It lle..l 'ed P. tb. Legislature ant the same la Arlel... to ,>>.

School had Edwards captain Robert Chapman would be football team to the that of tli. Hint of Florida shall b* submitted, to the eleo. L>
The Bradford High a knew where to place us, so Dot Turner, Pauline Priest Beatrice I
tore of th Stat* of Florida at the ,;\ .
four additions. to Ita Junior and I alternate captain; Edwin tudent's great joy as there had now we are thirty-six. Some of Minor, Lester Schnell, Wood- That Article XIX of the Constitution tlenernl isrectlon. to b* held on the 1,1. "
of the Htate of Florida he, and
Senior High School faculty.The i Torode Herbert Packman. Keeffee been some Tumors to the extent us are having a time getting set fin Hails George Atwood, Etholtn I h* aunt hereby amended ao .. flrfct. In Tn..d..y November after, 1034 the, for first ratification Monthly ',
the above old timers (
I Harold ( are .
that there would be no football sincewe to rend a. :
time
'ol"w.
new pedagogues are. Mr. tled. It has been a long White. or rejection)

commercial ), W. T. WeeKs Guy Frlgo. team this year. Also he gave a were doing our first grade Dot ,Turner and Pauline Priest ARTICLE XIX "Heutloit 14 period ot fifteen
MacQueen
Donald Ronald Pitta Gilbert Brown Bill Section I. Th* of County from "th" beginning- \
teacher and football Coach; Mr. talk of inspiration to the students work. There are so many new I went to Jacksonville on the train (Commission of Do"re County In year motion picture studio

Beasley scientific and Edwards William Wooten Fran- and told them that the school had folks this year, and we had such I Tuesday. the Htat, not oftener than one In np.raton.* which shall established 'I"' \ '

Bryant cis Cotton Lamar Smith, and secured the best teachers in the i iI visitor In every two years huPn the application : in this Htat on or after 1 I
Manual Training teacher; Mrs. G. fun during the summer. Ethelln White was a of reg-later- 1st Including all bU1111-

Anderson Junior Math. teach. Olan Iledenbough.S state for them and that now they I But still we're very glad to be Gainesville Wednesday night. *d voters of any County .hal call logs,113 .h"t..l. lan".1 In connectlon .
A .
would have to do their part if reader there Is and provide for an the .. and all raw ma.
In rest of the
our graduates say
back again. The
W. B. Lazenby. English .
er; and Mrs. NEW SUBJECTS County In which application I I. made, teilals going; Into the products
and History teacher. Three have been they wished to succeed and have such a funny story about Puppy they spent a very quiet week at d..ld.. whether Ihe sale of In nf such studio .tnl.h.d ", a* '

new subjects the best school In the state and Topsy. Puppy Binge home. Believe it or not! toxicatingliquors I win,* or beer well a* the fnl.h..1ruduct.* or
In an Interview granted by Mr. Introduced to B. H. S. this term: who Blngs ahall b* Tirohlbllvd therein, theqestini films shall bn ad I t,
that one .1
He requested any little ; We arelearning .
he was a bad puppy. tn be determined by a valorem taxation' except that ex.niptlon
MacQueen we find that comes Commercial law Manual training was able to donate funds to the some nice new songs. One \OT1CH or 4PPMCATIOV FOR majority nf those voting- at the election which hall become effective :',

from Jonesburrow 'Arkansas and and Commercial English. Thereis TX ItKKUNOTICB called under this Heotlon, which by virtue of thl Amendment.
for a
Manual training department Is called "My*Doll's Lullaby one ) IS JliMlKH: OIVKN'] That election shall conducted In the extend beyond the year IU3.U\\\,
IB happily married.Mr. a good enrollment in these set of tools with which to carryon ia about a rabbit. We have some O W. Andrew, holder of Tux OrtlfloHt manner prescribed." by law far holdIng1 .h,1 exemption herein authorizedshell 'i\,!

MacQueen Is'a graduate of classes and aU the students seem do I No. 10, lMU dh.6.t1I day: ofHeptomber general elections. Elect ions .not apply to real estate owned '
the work to so. fine new work books too. They A, D. IBS}. said under this shall b* heidwithin I by such. motion picture studio '
College Ky., and says he to be entbuiastlc. The following work. certificate In mv offloo and mad I..lon ,
Center I will help us so irfuch In our, sixty the time of and plant except the real estate pa.oupled ;"
Is brief of.each courseas application for tax d...<1 to issue presenting sail but If
a
would just as soon teach one subject summary his aPII.tnn. a. the location required to 'V
explained by the instructor: 1934 Seniors Every fellow can paddle own th.r>on in aenordano with '.w. Hald any such' ",' .holhl Ih..r"bytake house aifch motion picture studios }"
as another. When asked howe canoe. ,0 certificate .mbrac. the following place within alxty' days of any and plant and other buildings Incidental )",,
liked the student body and faculty Commercial Law under :Mr. Present Gift described property .ltuat Mrs. Evelyn Rltch's room ford County Florida to.wilt! North It shall h held within ." 1I\
much." Howard is Intended to give a fiery dine and plants together with stnh
he answered. "Very Half of Houthwoat Quarter of Mouth days after such Htat or 'If lands as may h required. for hone-. ; '
r'
"What do you think of our knowledge of notes, and other pa. Last Year's Graduates Leave nut Quarter of Savtlon IS. Township .I..clon.. or primary. Ing officers and.erployeea, and forwarehouses

also of varied legal respon- High Third it Mouth, Kanca SO Halt) ron- Section I. The laboratories, cutting !
? pers
school Mr. MacQueen I..... L..I.latlr. "h"l
of taming SO acrea more or
School Set 8laCDFornltun
In the high ,
of room, projections rooms storage
sibilities. It Is hoped that each The number pupils aaaeaament of said property provide by general or special ,I
"I like the school very much" he will third grade has), increased. Although under The the said certificate l...iu..d wee cal legislation lawa to carry out and trackage, shipping facilities, set &X
pupil who takes this course enforce the provision of this Article. and locations. 'f[,
answered. ,In the hall room In the name of Hannah Wllllama.Unloaa June T, 1>3S. 1
learn about law and we are All laws relating I tn I intniiesilnliiuor Approved
enough especially aahl shall b. -
certificate redeemed
e e eWe : class of graduates ,, win and beer which ;
Last year's which is rather small and noisy according' to tax deed ** wereIn
that in .
his own legal rights effect Hecember SI. 191* '
Interviewed Mrs. W. B. La- have left the school something to to try to accomplish will laaue thereon on th.wlt day ofOotobor on unless NO. II'VEN :
we' going the Legislature
changed
are by bylaws
after-life will be able to
no one )
A I> 1014.Dnted
and found that' she comes A JOINT TireaOt.UTIO.V ,
zenby remember them by-a keepsake other room. expressly made effective concurrently
much as any ,
him. lust as this 6th. day of September, ,
cheat or defraud this{ A Joint Revolution anAmendment
from Lake Butler. This Is her sev- that has been long needed-a *et We want to win the banner for our A. D. lttM.HKAL. with amendment Pr".ln.the "
under Mr. shall ao beuome
enth year behind the desk of her Manual training of stage furniture., The gift was ( .) A. J. THOMAS., lye with. .han..1.. .hll..l. and .. .t..t.,. Constitution of. th. VII Florida f
Clerk I,
room. of Chrult Com
is to make a full '
Beasley, help Coun-
remain r changed by Relative to Cities and
chosen profession.. revealed in assembly Friday mornIng Hrndford County Florida unti Ih.r."t :
,
rounded education. It Is to train Miss Lucile Edward's room the .' power of the tie*.
She Is married and her maiden by :Marjorie Stump treasurerof $.7-Bt-10-S. tjeglslatur. to provide necessarylawa B* It nolvd s>y th* I.irllMtre) :, .
Lee the hands to work with the mind has been to carry out and enforo this SI the state *f Flerlrfai '
name Is Jessie Dowling. last year's class. It I !'IOTICM' or 101."T'O'll' ,
and to by executing the Low Fourth Article shall Include the right to That the following Amendment to
prosper The twa-UIutur of
WH1SRKAH!: ,
"Are you Interested In anyone i a custom In past years for each children In this under the Constitution of INNS) ov manufacture or sale Article VII of the Constitution icf tk
The There forty 1933.
mental orchers. principalaim are
branch or branches of teaching, departing class of graduates to of the Htat of Florida, did |ana by rvr ., firms and the of Florida relative )tncltle 'r,
of the commercial English grade. They have already beCUnworklnl' or'by the Mtata or b .nl counties, to h* numbered 1
Joint Resolutions 'p.r''lon'
and ICIirht' Vropo.inSan.odnente ; .
we asked. I leave the school something : ) of said Article VIII. b*
under Mrs. Demorest is to toward getting the banner to the Constitution of ) CII. or political subdivision : lt
"Yes," she replied "History and course, : the class of 1934 undoubtedly left Fourof the flat of Florida, and the warn *, I any lov.rnm.ntal the same I I. hereby agreed to
of of the for having th*> best room. .. to elector
the
Impart a knoweldge some of three- commission nr agency and b* submitted .t
vote ."I
set of stage were aiireed to tiy a
as a
English. such a large gift .
things that a business! man may the pupils have,bee'D appointedto firtha of alt the member. electedtn for that p""S"". the state at the OeneralElection
e e S furniture, knowing well that the the Section by elections to b* heM on the first
that vota on
We next Interviewed Mrs. Q. A.: demand of his associate Namely: I school will never look upon their ;pick :up paper on the groundsthis said wiich Joint house Reeolutins; wr enteredupn called under.h.n.:. the i Tuesday after th. first Monday In I, ,

1. Knowledge of how business is week. Other pupils have certain their respective* Journal, with status of all territory the Mate November, A. for ratification
Anderson formerly a teacher at likes again.Who. duties assigned to them.Mrs. the yen and nave thereon. and of Florida aa to whether the ...1.I. or rejection to.wit I ;
done. I :room I I. nr prohibited shall h Hectlon A. The I.eptlslalur' '
Lawtey. She has been teaching they did determine and direct that p.rmlt..d. .hal
2. An understanding of Englishas Grace Walnwrlght's room the Said Joint Itecoiutions be *ulmilled ,. the It waa on December HI have power to establish, :i'
twelve years she told me. Went Where to the elertora. of the Stets 1811. provided that at the flen.rallClertiun 1 .hol.h. a municipal corporation tu
used in business. In 1134 or at any time a* the City of Jacksonville '
"Is teaching your chosen profession at th* lnral Election In November -
3. The ability to speak and write Fourth Grade'There 1514. within two years after this Articlebecomes extending. terrltorlly throughout -' II;
? we asked.' pupils in THKltWFOnH I. n. A. effective the Hoard ot the present nf Duval I ,
"Yes," she answered."Do the English of Business. Our first trip is to Spain with are thirty-seven In OKAY NOW, Naerstiuy l or the State of County Commissioner of any Court County, In the 1.1.lmi. any or all i ''j

I The course includes! a careful Miss Isabel Fernandez. She visited our .room. A new pupil came Florida do hereby arlv* notice that a ty shall I' upon the application ol county, dl.trl.t. miinlclpal, and local
i
( you like the student body Jacksonville five per cent of the registered vot government, board*, bodies and affluent .
&rom
business Monday
of Madrid Sevllla Cordoba room
study of the vocabulary Barcelona our 11rIEtt U. LIC'T'Oor:
,
and faculty? we asked. era of the County' rail and provide constitutional or statutory.l.al.iative ,
letters simple types of business Granada. Gibraltar Malaga, .Annabel ,Slclnet.Virginia will h* hold!' In '...n county In for an election, to deride whether executive, Judicial, nr 'i'
"Very much so. of buyingand Escarlal. Anderson brought a Florida on TiiemUy. next aiicceedlnc the sal shall h* prohibited ,ct administrative, and shall "r..crlb. ,
letters the Engllh Toledo and El .In November A. I>. t .I'h .
Mrs. Anderson prefers teaching the first Monday County, said election to > the JII'I.dl..Uon. powers, duties en '
selling proof reading filing MIss Haxel Middleton takes u.fOl' picture of Bing Crosby to our room mt the said Tue.day ,-.ln. the wise a* provided In Article *. function .,...h municipal corporation. .
Math Her
to else. name
any thing and an ocean trip for a two weeks :Monday. SIXTH: HAT Of HOVKMBKH' ot. Its legislative. executive. ju.dtciai W'
before she married was Miss Eva indexing.p flection 4. Article ahall. he- and administrative departments
visit in New York. The students have been bringIng for the ratification' or rejection of' com .. 'hl Immediately, upon and It. boards,, bodies and officers '\

Epperson. Windmill Wins Now to the World's; Fair and. cuttings io our room we hopeto the. ald Joint to Iteaolutlona the Constitution proposing1amendmntM uC its, adoption and the repeal ttn: to divide the territory Included ,i
Model ; 1 ;
.
"What Co you think of our flowers) tIe XVIII of the l In such municipality, Into subordinate
Khool?" who should we see. why if it :Isn'tMrs. soon have some pretty (the !State! of Florida viiiso. l Constitution of the United .tat.. districts, and to prescribe a /{

we Inquired."I Approval High School Carpenter taking in all the '. :Mrs. Hart brought a bat ONEA of America. Just and reasonable' system of taxation 1

am very pleased with It, she and baD'tor us to play with. Approved May I, 183. Stir such municipality and districts 1,
sights. JOINT flHMOfAS'ICONPrniosint at
I ; and to fix the liability ''
responded.
a The interesting exhibit of,the As we near home we find Mrs.Long We have fifteen "Big Little Amendment to Article NO. FOUR such municipality and dIstricts "! ,
the pupils. V nf the Constitution of Florida Bonded and other Indebtedness ...
.and :.Mrs. Books" brought by
school auditorium Carpenter, A JOINT '
Dutch windmill in our Mrs.
The fourth teacher Mr. Relating- the Judiciary by Add. RlfIIOLUTION at the time of the
new of !
last Friday is the handwork Demorest visiting in Georgia. :Mrs. Hart has put up a strip Ing Thereto an Additional, Hectlon A Joint ,. : I Proposing) arAmendment 1"lnl. of such municipality, .tabl..h'fi I

Bryant Beaaley of UmatUla Fla.. Hartman four Further South we find Mrs.,Wall cloth across the back of our room to Be Known *. Hectlon 45 J ro. of Ruction 10 of thDeclaration <. enforceable only against property
of Edward of night of lh<* Constitution
Is a graduate of the University of vldlna- for the reduction of the therefore taxahl therefor. The
work on.Mrs.
teen years of age. It Is an exact enjoying the ocean breeze at :Miami to display some of. pur Number of Judicial Circuit of of th. ,.t. of Florida, legislature. from time tn tlm*.
.hal.
Florida and has! been teaching five old windmills of Beach. : Edna Hart's room This iCicle and lleiiulrlng the He. Helming to Irand Juries, Infor., determln of aalil municipality Wi\\
years.He. replica of the apportionment of Much Circuit;1 mstlons, Presentment and Indict I.h" rural area, and a
which very few remain in use to- And out west we find Robert and the Judges Thereof.n menta of Persona for Capital homestead In such rural area ,/

says teaching Is not'fuU his In Denmark and Holland. It Chapman sight-seeing at the Scenic Fifth Grade It ReeolreH .y til. tegUlatjrf Crime. and Other' Felonies, andProvldlnir not ba limited. as If In a .hal "
chosen profession. He would rather day term Judgments and town. Such municipality, may es.erolse -
artistic Parks including Yellowstone We are sure to do well this the) SteCe f Florid nihrht. Court
The National Hnntcnces its
May
is six feet high. all the of a municipal '
liked to have been an Electrical of the new That the following amendment to Mad and In Term Tlm / power
In
blend of colors In the decorationare Grand Canyon. Salt Lake because we are one .... ol Knt.r..c corporation and shall also b* rcojyrnlxed -
Arll. V of the Constitution
Engineer as he is very Interested In true to type and add greatly to CIty Zion Canyon. Bjryca Canyon rooms In the north wing of the this slate relating to the Judiciary. or In V."I.. I'i.pnsing Pleas of O"I'h.V .a*of one the of the legal with polU..al.lvlelon.
this type of work.' He likes the \
of the construction.That and the World's Fair. building. We are going to keep by ah10. there tn additional I 5. Necessity of Mummnnlng'I < It.t. a county and
pupils and faculty very well. the beauty and make it as lion I hereinafter eat be Orand Jury Except Upon Orrtejof shall lie obl.alon. all the powers,
in clean
Edward unusual: We find Mildred: Hundley our room and the sam la hereby a to a Circuit Judg. .nUt..
When asked how he liked the ponseases We already and shall h to o.t.J. right prll...., Inllur'n.' representation
talent Is emphasized by the group North Carolina getting acquaintedwith attractive: as possible. fled. "I hmlt.d of H. 14 "........ tae Legislatureof 1..I.la.' '
school he answered, "From all Impressions arrangedwith lost relatives. have some pictures hung and vu'.re FI.ld. tk* ... .f Kl.rl-i Lure, which would acorit' (. I
Dutch figures her long for ratlfliatlon or rejection at
small
to present I thinkIt of In two win that That the following1 amendment to were a county, All property of I>u-
up Pender takes us to Indiana have plants growing next nsulnsT general .I.cllol. .
of romance Charles
and of the
val
understanding County
is a an made la to- say, that an .. ectlon 10 of' the Declaration of munlalp.It.
splendid Institution .
and carried over in this and Hollywood California. dow boxes. Garland Godwin to> b* designated 'cd'fclertlon"45 of Rights of th* Constitution of the In said county shall
He i la married and we are lookIng artistry We havethirtyseven of Florida, municipal oorporatlon when *.tabllshed -
takes us to the one window box for us. Article V of the oCFlorhI& mat* relating to Grand ,
The
world of craft. Elizabeth Craig Con.Ututon .. a herein Th* office
old piece Information' provldd.
forward and he adopted fol presentments .
to having his wife Texas. pupils In our room .e & .111. 1 '" th* Circuit Court 't
in 'Indictment of
of this windmill consumedall drouth country low, towlttHectlon person for ca"Ital :hf t1
torn make their home here. building week's and have settled down to wo"" 46.a crimes and other felonlvs. b.. and and.I'.r1J ( not- b* abolishedbut
vacation a fact Joe Edwards gives us a ,; ,
... of Edward's the ,la may prescrlt *
Reporter. < > Then shall b* no more than flame hereby agreed to, and il.--i.
which would have made It an iric- vacation In o.orl'la.Lboklnl' 1--- Enoe Hayes, fifteen Judicial, circuit of the Stele shall he aiibmltted, to the qualified the .=, th* method
.
Seniors Elect but to back to Lila Seniors of 4>f Florida to be appropriately) designated elector. of the Slat of Florida, for which, such shall b* r
most boys ,
some task to I Grade numbered ami defined bya ratification or r..J.ct..n. at the general and the .onp.I."tot to b* paId
him It was a pleasurable occupa 1934 we find Lois Long and Dorothy Sixth suitable law enacted by ;, election to on the first such nttl..e vest In them

Five Committees if there is another Ritch trying to Increase their 4W.i,.are having departmentalwork stature for that purpoa In h..r1. Tuesday after the first Monday InNovember powr and duties, No
tion. It Is doubtful this with th. A. D, 114."Hnctlon county "fries shall b* abol.h.d'or
boy in Florida of Edward'sage knowledge toy visiting the Century in the sixth grade yearso an that. no .m.ndm.nl 10'0.10. 10. No person shall b. "on..ldat." with "fl..* 4

The senior class began its official or ability of Progress. we have two teachers instead of by law hereunder..shall .d.tne tried fur. capital crime unls. on provision 1 1psrformence
who has the patience ... Indictment of all Htat duties n '
"Inhabitant
lees than fifty liy a
business :year Wednesday Sep-- to accomplish such an achieve Lula Redgrave has been visiting one.Our according-th".nd the preceding .r..ntm.nt.JlrJ', no person shall be hereafter p..crlb..e. by law t.

tember fifth, under. leadership of In Virginia all summer and has not boys have been in charge of state or Federal ceneuei and tried .any other felony unlesson p..rfurme county of- 3,
their men?. this week. We I' further, that no Judicial presentment or Indictment by a ,. contained herein shall ,
sponsors Mrs. Long and Mrs. the boys wash room: provided of ',t
I returned. affect Section 20 of Article III
circuit .xlntln at the time of ratification grand Jury or upon Inform.tonun"
Carpenter.' I Georgia Haynes was visiting in are keeping It clean. of &amendment shall heffeet.d ., .th filed by the the Constitution of the, State, of
Juniors Elect entered school ; altered, or abolished except attorney of the court pro..u.nw Florida, to such provision I *
The for several weeks. Etta Corpening th. : '
,
entertainment committees Atlanta, Georgia In the.mann.r provided In this Information I I. filed except aa isotherwise therein a c'r to regulatIng* ,
*nd the committees for the beautl- Their Officers Although Mignon Sisson was not Monday of this week, making our amendment for carrying1 earn provided (lit this Constitution Jurisdiction ** of any class

fluitioo would like enrollment thirty-four. Into execution nor ahall a'h; *xlatIng and; except In cases of Impeachment of officers, .mm.nll. .nt im-
: !
of the home were Senior last year we .
room panelling grand
a Circuit Judge or t and I In case In (hemilitia 1"'or.
chosen, by popular vote. of FIve Also to say she ta studying dancing in Miss Rosalind Jacobs room b* disturbed In the .at. of his office when In active service In I'. &sesslng and collectingtax**
Corwnltt
Executive wish her all the until the .xplratlon of any time of war or which, the state, for county purposes and ta regulating j
On the entertainment cpmrnlttos : Elected: New York and we' CALENDAR OF EVENTS commission' held by him on the d.t* with >4ne consent of Congress, may th* fesa and eompanaatlon-I

in success possible., thl' amendment I I. keep tn time of Any personunder county, officer No la.authorlxlnar
Mrs..Carpenter's room are r.tfl..
GUI's Glee club the establishing or' ofMuch
Senior :
took business Sept. 10- Ih) It shall he of the such presentment abol.hln.
a
Frances Cadman Mildred Hun Class held an election Dorothy Turner .... or Indictmr: ".municipal
The Junior first football practice. ] Legislature at It next regular any felony purlo.nt
and .. .
v. and Louise Snyder. Tbe beau- and elected their class course during the summer in Live club. stun after the amendment ..h.1 hv not capita. I may h*.rrailn." and may to ball ."0" ,
last Friday Sept. 13: -Senior Boy's Glee I. enter a In '. In operative or effective ,
back this yearto lwn ratified pace v* plea or vacation lq :fl 1
tlflcatlon committee consist of I officers for the coming ,school Oak and 1st coming 13-First issue of B. H. 8. : carry this amendment. 'Into effect, and the Judgment *.nd eenlnc ed by a majority of the : '
Irma Torode continue her business course in Sept and. to make effective .. of the court on a pica of guilty lector* p.rlelpatn.In an .
Stoclcwell. Edwin ,
year: JournaL portlonment and : may b* mad and entered either In haul' *o long a* ,,
Joe Edwards. and Jessie May Bran- Results were as follows: dear old Bradford High. 14-Assembly program in : cial Circuit and 0'l terra tin:. or In vacation. The Judgeof such municipal corporation exist
mo0. Miss Kitty Hogsed one of the Sept. contemplated.4e any circuit' court I Io authorised under this Section the L.isIatren.ay ,
General plants hare beenbrought President-LIllian Sternbeig.Secretary room. hereby
Long's home amend extend the law authorising -
of Mrs. or
secretary charge Circuit to with the summoning,
of 1934 is-acting as > There shall on. "I..n.
for the of beauti- Treasurer '- Oullda Seniors H. 8. the ..m. without rfern-
B. .
purpose Student Government, of Judg to each Judicial' Circuit bat empanellingand convening of th*
tytag the room. Thede. to Mr. Cray and substitute additional Circuit Jud*;*. for Judicial grand Jury at any term of court by atom to the qualified votr unless
Marie will be reorganized. b. for makingentering- and filingwith the Legislative act providing' for -
The committees from Mrs. Elected to the Executive Com- teacher. br C'r",1' may .ro"ld.d Ion the clerk of cabI court a writtenorder such amendment or extenelon eh,1
We are very glad to nave Kitty directing; that provide' for such referendum.Approved .
V of this I DO
Amended Art
Loncs room are: Program-Auy mittee were: Alice back with us this year. Her pleasing Glee.Clubs 43 of but the k.b numbejr b* summoned at such term'4.Jr: May 55. 1513.
chairman. Co".tltut"n.
Carlisle and Wynn which order of the
Elaise Fonsby. Elaine, to anyone
has won her many : Bo : The ** cast In compliance with
Virginia personality 'rlP exceed may b* mad In vacation .
Irary Inmsn Organized Judicial
Lucile Vonda Are ,
Torode. Home-Room Royaler friends and everyone wishes hersuccess one ( lur for .:*"r fifty timeof said tl.t, The legislature said proposed amendment.and the

**rtha Powell, Mary Lucile To- Wiggins Raymond Plummer. -""''- 'Ircul *. or major fraction shall have power IJ' general legislation canvass. d."I..r.llon (and return 3
with her work the t h..ot. shall b. sobjeeted tit the t.
to
number of
tode, Dorothy tp, Robert Chap- A secretary ha long been need- Forty or fifty boys and girl ahall thereof have ..r..r this Into amendment effect.d grand Juror r..lar.'. s.rv. upon or constitute ..am regulations and restrictions

."*". and Keetttil: Han-ell. GOOD WORK ALREADY from the Tenth Eleventh and < > In havingmor* than a grand) Jury and to fix the as are pr".ld." by Jaw for generalelections ,
in the school and we are very CI'dUI. In the State of Floridal.V
have ed number ef grand
The Senior ei TSJ held IU first The following students the efficient: Twelfth Grades have Indicated one >gllatur* t.,designate of for and return juror an required Indictment tovote TKSTIMOVr WEERE'up', I ,,
In getting of
fortunate til Place
| ,lIIeetlnl' Friday.; seventh. The shown unusual ability in doing Glee Club" or presntmnt. Dav hereunto set my handnd ,r.
;3 of Mis* Hogsed. their interest In the any such additional Judge or 7:3. affixed the treat Weal
i ."\"KV pins! Invlt-.Joo, and cards neat and'precise typing work: assistance Mrs. Wall also plans to organize <., The re-apportionment .- This amendment shall upon ratification nf the State of Florida, at t'
1' and Judge. thereof aforesaid, take effect ,
*'* Woodrow ault & at Tallahassee, the Capital,
S selected. I, seems that the James Holllngsworth ","Air-brake. are now standard Glee Clubs in the Junior High for pro.4e for shall become effective mldnl.h on December llet. 1134, lEAfS,, this' the twenty-third day s

"Hoe class to banning by keepJtr. HoUingswortb Mia Tomlinson all of the transport both' boys and girls., Their practices after th. act providingfor the necessity of leglelatlon. of July, A.D. 1514. '
Lucile To- equipment on sam shall. have becom law A. CRAY,
tug and ,
,i "'Ahead' ,-Of. 'The'Grays Game., motto.", "Keep Virginia rode Wiggins, plane now being produced. begin this) weak. Tb. Girl Approved June (. jut. Approved lo.e 7. llli. ,Beuretary of late, .-f-fj



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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY

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! I Bobby'' Glatzau] HonoredOn Ladies Auxiliary Meets CEMETERY!: WORKING GEORGE R. MANNING was made In the family PloL
There will be an all day workIng Mr.
Seventh Birthday Funeral services were held\ last Manning Was
The Woman's Auxiliary of the at Kingsley,Lake Cemetery on Friday afternoon at South Prong Starke for sevW year7ent

I 1."J-Dcict iJ Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott was hostess Presbyterian Church met last Thursday September 20. All per- Cemetery, near Sanderson, for' often visited here ateu thid

to a few little playmates of Tuesday afternoon at the'home of sons interested are asked to be George R. Manning, 73, who died brother. J. C. Manning

her nephew Bobby Glatzau, Satur- Mrs John H. Kinlaw on Madison present or send someone to assist Thursday at the home of his sla- Surviving him are two

day afternoon from four to five- Street. with the work, and also to bring ter.ir -law, Mrs. J. H. :Manning at Mrs. S. J. Williams of 1181t

thirty o'clock at her home on Mrs E. M. t>avls, president of tools to work with, and their lunch. Manning' Station.. 'The service was and Mrs. J. M. Murray Plant C

South Cherry Street, the occa the Auxiliary\ in charge of the J. L. Stlcox Church Clerk. conducted, by Rev. Leroy Chrialey City; two brothers, D W of La
Parent Teacher's Association Miss Green Weds sion being the seventh birthday meeting: and the devotional was of the Jacksonville Seventh Day of Daytona Beach Mann,

i To Meet WednesdayThe <<: Mr. Hendry In Jacksonville anniversary of little Bobby.A conducted by// :Mrs. Charles F NOTICEThe 1 Adventist Churchand Interment 1 Ding of Starke. and J c k

color scheme of and Ward. The Bible Study was led by Commissioners ,I.
pink Board of County ---
first meeting: of the Starke A wedding of much'Interest to -
blue wag carried out in the decorations Mrs. w: A. Bqnham and Mrs. O. of Bradford County will ,
Association during -
Parent
Teacher's friends throughouttfie county: wa I of this home and In the dinIng E. Stanabury made an address on, receive sealed bids, at 'their regular -
this school term, will be held
the marriage last Wednesday,, room centering the dining ta- "The*Frsnt;" Challenge To The meeting, First Monday in October -
next Wednesday afternoon at the Mrs. Gertrude
High' School auditorium at three September 5, of Miss Oeena Green ble was the large birthday cake, Churd"}(,,>.,jMrs.,,; H. H. Young A. D. 1934 for the purchase Godbey Kinlaw Florist
o'clock. daughter of Mr. and Mrs; 1ft. H beautifully Iced, on which stood gave a talk on the "Tendencies In of ten cords of eighteen inch wood, ,

Officers were elected last :March Green of the Brooker section, t o seven pink candles. Placed aroundthe Our Colleges" and Miss Lucille one-half to be of yellow pine light FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

and are as ,follows: James Marshall* Hendry -of Jack cake was a beautiful arrangement Mitchell ,spoke on the "Young wood and one-half to be of green
sonvUle. of summer' flowers in the People's Need Of Religion. wood.
yellow pine split
y' President, Mrs. B. K. Perryman, ; Dainty Corsages, Baskets of Flowers
'The simple but pretty ring ceremony colors of pink and blue. Mrs. Donald MacQueen was
and
include
Vice'Pr.lllderit, Mrs. J. H. Klnlaw; Price, to delivery
Secretary, Mrs. E. :M. Davis; was performed by Rev The afternoon was spent In play. gladly welcomed as a new memberof racking at the County Jail wood Artistic Floral Designs

Treasurer;, Mrs. D. A. Montletb; Hamrlck pastor of the'Norwood ing outdoor games and Mrs. Scott the organization.Plans shed. The Board. reserves the .

Historian,-Mills Olive Ray. Baptist Church at the home of the was assisted' in entertaining by the were completed for an all right.to reject any and all bids. We TELEGRAPH: FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Time

Alt'' patrons of the school, both bride's' slater, Mrs Amy HaddockIn honoree's mother, Mrs. Walter day meeting to be held at the Signed, Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association
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fathers and mothers, are urged to Jacksonville, In the presence of QIatzau of DeLand. Manse next Tuesday, September 20 A. J. THOMAS, Clerk. A Guaranteed and Bonded Service

attend',this )meeting.! a large 'assemblage' of relatives. Late in the atternoon, refreshments : when 'the ladles will sew for hospitals e_
and friends. was served, to the young : over seas. CARD OF TIIANKS 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE No. 40

W. k. U. NoticeThe A. beautiful arrangement of folks. The attractive little' favors A social hour was enjoyed when To The :Voters of Starke;, STARKE FLORIDA

Bualbeari/ and Program roses and evergreens were used to were wrapped in blue the hostess assisted by :Mrs., R> J. Again I wish to thank you for ,

P Meeting of Wit Baptist W. :M. U. decorate the living room of this ernoon with little Bobby were: Davis and Miss Lucille :Mitchell the splendid vote You gave me I In

will be held at the church Monday home where the ceremony was Those' invited to spend the aft- served delicious refreshments. the Election Tuesday when you reelected :::

afternoon at three-thirty o'clock. performed.The Marvin and Shirley Montgomery me as one of your City Aldermen -

All Circle members are asked to bride had as her only attendant Margaret >Lowry, Jerome Junior 'C.-'Meets' for the coming two years PURE FOOD
be present. Miss Alva .Falrcloth, and Johns, Louise Stern, 'Olln White, .. I will continue to serve you to

Mr. Hendry had as his best man, Jr.,. Nina Bishop, John Andersonand September- the best of my ability with the in- The finest seasonable fresh fruit and

Congressman R. A. Green of. Mack Futch. :Mrs. Emily Denmark, supervisor terest of all constantly in mind. vegetable, fancy canned good and the
Starke, cousin of the bride. of the Junior Woodmen Circle Sincerely, I 14 P I best; staple are always available at low
I Gill-Blue P. :M.BAREFOOT. I prices In your neighborhOOd AS.P Store
fall's Following the ceremony a recep- has called a meeting of the Circle
and at A&P meat market
Place I tlon was. held after,,.which ? the The following announcementtaken for next Friday afternoon, Sep- get choice cuts of U. S. Government you anal Inspected
young couple left oathslrphoney-; from a recent Issue of the tember 21 at tbree.th rty'o'clock CARD OF THANKS western< meats reasonably priced

TUB MOST POPULAR moon, trip. They",,will', reside in Taylor County News, Perry, will at the Woodmen Hall. To The Voters of Starke: IITAt1tsIat0 thousands of customers have fount that
'/ SPOT IN TOWN Jacksonville where.Mr:( 'Hendry Is be t of interest'to Starke friends: All members of the order are I deeply appreciate the splendidvote m they con serve better! meal and npendWHERE '

r employed., ',7' '".AV.'wedding of much .8urprlse asked td be present' I' given me in my race for. City ECONOMY RUlEs'll less money by buying all of their food
1:1:;' There may be largerlunch Alderman last Tuesday and wish
jJi needs at A&P.
The 'bride attended, Bradford and Interest was that of Mr. Tom- aaajMM.*j.ji>j>j.jHaj *
U stand ,but they to take this of thankIng
don't sell larger sand- High School and was very active role Gill, of Starke, and Miss, :Maggie MISS PRE\"ATT'GOES opportunity -
for several years lathe" Four-H Lee Blue, of,Perry Tu/esday, TO STATE COLLEGE all of my frlenla who helped 1
Also short '
wlch orders -
.': and Ice cold Club work in this county, and with he: ceremony being performed by Miss Marguerite Prevatt, daughter elect me to this office. FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLESFresh

drinks. her pleasing personality has made the'grandfather'of the brl
I. Near Seaboard Station for'herself a host of friends ;who J;M, Hendry, of-Boyd. left Monday for Tallahassee, where assured that I will do my best to Bunch BEETS lOc
,1
will wish her much happiness.II Mrs. Gill is the daughter qf Mrs she entered her freshman year at faIthfully discharge the duties of

.' D..W. Blue of this county and Mr. the State College for Women. this office and will devote my best Fresh Bunch CARROTS 2 For 15c
t -- --- ------ efforts tci .
--- -- this end.Sincerely
Gill is the eon'of Mrs. R..L.; Gill,
Miss Prevatt was graduatedfrom u. s. No. 1 JERSEY COBBLERS
; of Starke. Mr. Gill is connected
Bradford High School in
: LEAMINGTON N. D. WAINWRIGHT JR. IRISH.POTATOES 10 lbs. 17c
; HOTEL with the Duval Conatructlou Company May at the .close of the 193334erm

here but expects to leave In : andKdurjf jr her,four years in New SWEET POTATOES 4 lbs. for lOc
CARD OF THANKS
t't .. "Miami's Popular Hotel" a short time for Starke where he high school made an of A
'
: 4.nv & Most average
'. and Mrs GUI 'will make their on all her subjects. She has also We wish to tdfte'thia' method of WHITE ONIONS Pound 5c

home been very'active in Four-H club expressing cur thank and appre- YELLOW ONIONS' 3lbs3 for lOc
"The friends of Mr. and ciation to those who were so kind
NE Jet Street at'Biscayne Boulevard many work for several years, having won
and thoughtful of us during the
Mrs. GUI wish them much! happi several for her LEMONS Dozen 15c
k'f i flees;" 1 IJ/f'; ,prizes excellent I I recent death of our son and brother -
Overlooking f.
Baytront'Park & Biscayne Bay work.
.., J. S. Phillips. Especially do ICEBERG LETTUCE', Head 9c
.
+ -
1n r- 1 Opposite Union Bus Station Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Norman' of we appreciate the beautiful floral stalk lOc
'MISSION HALL Calif. U. S. No. 1 Celery,
1 ,. offerings.'
'
Lawtey, were,visitor* heire
Fjriday
"Two "
,
: Ways ,To Die, was explained -

'IRITZ' and discussed at length in I THE PHILLIPS .FAMILY BANANAS 4 LBS. 17c
I the Bible Study Tuesday evening.To f
; Lowest Rates Ever QuotedSingle die in the Lord or to die In sins CARD OF THANKS 'J
I wish to
t THEATRE express my heartiest
the vital question. for all to decide.
appreciation 'to the voters of IONA PLAIN OR SELFRISING6lbs.

Room 'with Bath __.....__...___________.. $1.50 .STAKKK,,.FLORIDA-:1;':, The "Mission' Music Makers"The Starke for the splendid vote givenme ,

+ Double Room With Bath,.__..- __________ 2.00 ( M. M. :M.'s from the Mission, September 11 in my reelectionfor 12lbs. 24.lbs.48-lbs.
;t,' PROGRAM Hall (12 In number) attended the Mayor. I will continue, as In

ALFRED, SIMONS, Manager.. BEGINNING FRIDAY. revival 'meeting being held in the past, to serve the people faith. FLOUR 29c 53c 97c $1.85FINEST

Hampton, at ,Baptist Church and fully and to the best of my ability.. ,
-- ----- --
FRIDAY SEPT 14TH contributed. e special musical Sincerely,
SHORTENING 1-U Ctn 4-Lb Ctn 8-U Ctn
"' 'W. E. MIDDLETON.
numbers. ,. .
"Such Women AreDangerous" .
,' ,. ; ; Mrs. Eastman of Lake .
Julia
"" l ... I I Butler was 'a'guet' at the Bible J l I CARD OF THANKS COMPOUND 9c'35c 67cIONA

I To The Voters'of StarkerI
study this week and contributed
a
: Warner Baxter*-Herbert !
S. R. ,JOHNS'WEEKEND, Mundln-Rosemary Ame*-- poem to the meeting. certainly appreciate the vote RED RIPE, FULL PACK
Rocheller Hudson A rather unusual subject has I you gave me in the City election
also II been selected for the study next I Tuesday when :you re-elected me TOMATOES 2 No. 2 CanslSc

Cab Galloway In CHI-dui-lJo" I week "It's Not For You" and because as one of your city aldermen for

I I of the author of these words the next' two years. WHITE HOUSE-EVAPORATED

t '. SATURDAY; SEPT. 16TH you are invited to hear more about As in the' past, I shall serve you

'4 ': "Lucky Texan". them Tuesday evening. I to the best of my ability, at all MILK 3 Tall Cans 17c
'
,With John Wayn -' ,times.
SPECIALS CEMETERY WORKING Sincerely;
; SUN.-MON. SEPT. kilt There will be an all day workingat O. L. BEASLEY..

'"The World' Mdyes :Mt.: Sinai Cemetery, near Graham Calumet Baking Powder- can 23c
.. on Tuesday, September 25. MOTICF: OV rlRKT MEL'TI: ( '
OP CREDITORS .
On". J ,,if All persons Interested, are askedto I. the DUtrlrt C..M *f the Ualledat. MINUTE TAPIOCA Pkgs. 25c
'to!! ToneMadeleineCarroll be present and to bring theft ..". for The' ......... UIMrlet. .( '
? RICE .Blue; Rose, 5 Lbs. _____________-__________22c Franc hot lunch and also tools to work with. Florid. !. Baakrpfy.In JELLO Pkg. 6c Post Toasties 2 pkgs. 15c
the matter of. 1 rte Leslie Blgg.of ; II
.. I TOMATOES 2 No.2 Cans _______,...________.._.15c NEWSREEL : 'Bradford Starke,, District Florida, aforesaid In the County bank of Syrup Log Can 12-oz 25c | Coconut Bakers 141b lOc
NOTICE OF TEACHERS
,fir lJ :..FLOUR 24' Pounds _______"_____?_-___________90c TUES.-WED.> SEPT 18-19 EXAMINATION rupt.Notice I I. h.r.by given that on

IRISH ''POTATOES, 10 Pounds __ .-..,.-----------17c '"Now and Forev r" Persons) desiring!,:; to take examination September wa :duly adjudird
MIIK'r; 1) ?3 Tall Cans __ 17c Shirley' Templa-ttfory'' Cioper for teachers certificates will that the will first he held meeting of said credItors NUTLEY OLEO lOc
) .v---- ---?,-------- Carole Lombard'' please report at the Court House In Court House, Pound
xJ.1I. fltarka, Florida :on September at!,
fW,1 't'', 3-5c Packages ____..,?..__._______________lOc zo- t in Starke, n..Thursday, September 1934 at 9 o'clock p. m.. at which l7c
i I' THUns..FRJ1EPT! ; 20th at eight o'clock forenoon. time said' creditor may attend, COCONOG r Can

i 'CHARMER COFFEE Pound _.*--.__________17e "No More. Women All applicants are 'expected to prove.., examine their claim the appoint bankrupt a trua.t. and-

fin ,'r MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE' Edmund LoweVictor furnish pen Ink and legal cap transact such other bunlniia a* may GRAPE JELLY ,2-16-oz jars 35c
_:.-___-_.__;;.--_...3 c; McLagton- paper and be prepared,to.pay the proper com before: said :meeting-
Jacksonville, Florida,
Sep
SE tUA.Y, COFFEE Pound _______...____25c Ya regulari. fee. tember 12: 1934. MACKEREL 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
i .A J. GRIFFIS SuptCanova fie. th..t claim I I. properly
ARGO STARCH 2 for _____.:,:O-------U-,--.5c .--- .-..... ot"iou e".rul.d..n.; lour-will.. not with participate fftt* "R/jtiAA' -In SPINACH Fancy No. 2 Can lOc

5 OCTAGON' ,SOAP OR POWDERS, for' ____r,..__.lOc30c '"v dividend MORGAN. P. JONES, MACARONI .Encore 8-oz.Pkg.7c

i BEST!DUTTER. ',____.___Pound ._: __.,...__________ Referee In Bankruptcy.
,BLACK.EYE PEAS lona 3.16 oz cans 2 c
SIIERIFF'a
Pound'y'29c SAI.BNotice
BREAKFAST BACON SLICED __z Pharmacy In hereby given: that under -.
and by virtue of that
certain writ r.
LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF.,---_________,______15c of execution bearing. date the 10th. I,
day of May, A. J>. 1164 and 'lneued. QUALITY HEINZ FOODS
MACKEREL, 2. Tall.Cans _...._ 15c SA lA'Y'SPEcrALS' out of and under the band and seal
ir ------------- -- TfJ
; of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Spaghetti 13-oz. can 9e KETCHUP bot. 19c
:'t: ROSEDALE. PEACHES, Large Cans ?,...____= __17c on and that for certain Bradford, County, Florida' Lg.
Judgment of record BEANS Baked 3.1601
; YELLOW 15e SQUIBB:MINERAL OIL _":._!"__*.__-__59c In the publlo record of said' Bradford VINEGAR Pint. lOc '
1 ONIONSPound ___________-4cWe County Florida, wherein M. A. I Cans 23C;)

CABBAGED' Pound __________-____*______3e. 40c FLETCHER'S" :(dASTORIA": +. ,-*+:%; ___r, ;,;.vv29c35c > ; Smith County aa Liquidator Bank: a corporation.for the /Bradford I* 2 PICKLES Jere All Kinds BEANS-Baked------2.25-oz--;-
Picnic
'1z, plaintiff and C. A. Futch I 1s defendant 25e lac;)
'' Cans.._
.MATCHES. 2 lOc Pkgs. ____-______---,1Se S.LOA 'LINIMENT _.:*.*_:J ..*...._____29c'KOTEXrM6'DESS the undersigned ha* levied'yDf' .OzTjar'24c
: on and will sell at public FRESH CUCUMBER PICKLES

TOMATO JUICE __________...J.U: __________5c V ) KLEENEX --. .______ 17cMILKbF front House of In the Starke South, 'Bradford door of the County Court,

CORN ioV-Lbs./ .._________ ..J, < Florida tothe hlKheat and beet bidder GRANDMOTHER'S.-fltCSH Plain or Sliced
_.. ----_ _____$1.75 i MAGNESIA-Quarts __;1..______..._59c of for cash during: the local hour 14-O 18-0..
ala on Monday the let day of
OATS. ::1 IQO-T.:bs. ___>*...-_.._________-,____.._$2.40 BLACK J1.J October. A.' Ek 1 14. th* following lOc
: 25c DRAUGHT ,_----.......*._ _...__15c landa lying and being In Bradford ,BREAD 8c
SCRATCH 100Lbs. __--____....-__--..__...,.,.$2.35 County. Florida to-wlt 6c
1.00 CARDUI. _____ __ .. =----6ge An undivided 1-S Interact In that .
---
-- rrrtaln _.
SHORTS: 100-Lbs. __ ..... :112.15 '. pl of land beginning' at
-i: ANN
., ':"*' i.T'- --, -- _--- 80 Corner of the aWU of NWt, and PAGE DELICIOUS PURE!: FRUIT
s MASH 100 BAYER: ASPIRIN TABLETS .11_______59c run west 4J7 ft. to Right of Way
x LAY 100-Lbs. ---...-...-----.._,.. ....$2.50 of Mat Road 13 thence In North- 30c
:
5 Pay;3c Below Jacksonville Quotation on EggsL RUBBING'A .COHOL-P: nts ____1TJ....___29c eaeterly Way 488 d f.V lreotlo.n to whev..ald along said RI Right of PRESERVES .216oz.Jars
: : .
MINERAL OIL.Pints39c::; way cro.nethe East line of h'E'Z '
; of. BVi, of NEK." thence 8. JIlt ft. SUNNTFIBLD.: ,FRESH!: CRISPCORNFLAKES
fta > PU of beglnnlaa/' '
Section' 1J
50c GROVES"CHlLt TONIC .. _____39C f Soutb. ,
---- TWP Ran. IS Ea t. 6c
WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS FOR PROMPT Alao: J acrea of land more or I... 8-oz.pkg.
ij 35c VICKS
: SALVE,. --....--_-------...;......._-_- ,29c50c lying and being In HEH of 8Eli of ))
:
See. South Hang. 1? K.
DELIVERY SERVICE VICK'S NOSE DROPS .--_.;-___hi_ ___.39c and N. boundeda.land. follows: bounded on MILD MELLOW. PUKE SANTOS
by of William

t i'ra LARGE.COLGATE:: TOOTH PA TEV2. for __.,37c .South East.. by by land land.of of Colvln.John Scott Darby on on Wept the on O'CLOCK' COFFEE Lb. 19c

'MILK TOOTH' by land of Sparkman. above land
OF MAGNESIA PASTE, 2, for 34c I is M yda. N. and Sand ISO :yd*. E.
Phone 45 andr '
a Free Delivery "
IPANA TOOTH .PASTEWOODBURY'S'50AP3 _....___....1 ..._-", ge, Also Lot'4 of Blk 14 In Temple'. '
: Addition to Town of Starke a. per FANCY BLUE ROSE

e for ---.. --::--.--27e' :iA&Ir 23.plat and of lot said 0 of Addition Blk' XT a Lot* par 1

i ass S. rR. JohnsTHE $1.20 SYRUP PEPSIN --.----...________98c Town map or of plat Stark.of Temple'. Fla.; an Addition undivided to RICE .5 ,Pounds 21c
Interest in lots 11 and 14 of 111k,
? R COLGATE'S .BABY TALCUM -__JL:! .**,.._..._,19c 1t i aa per'map, or plat of Peek's Addition
to Town of lar..., Fla.I' and DIXIE CRYSTAL GRANULATED
1.25 ALARM CLOCKS an uodIYld.Y.o 'Intereet in wet .
------------.,,_...98c,75c -
ball of Lot 4 of Slit '

T OLD RELIABLE ,: SQUIBB'S"MOUTH\ \\\ASll ___.-':"_____4 c "Inal Town a8. ;%of wp Htarke't.South: :.t.'ft Rang't2 All orlK-InMevtlou a SUGAR: Pounds, 25c

l SERVICE' )tY'.MOTTO FOB OVKR THrBTY-rTVE: TEARS .THESE PRICES. 'ARE,FOR CASH ONLY. I&'Said lau," are to .be _lot l. ..U...
fy. Bald J"rt amt'-t and costs.> '
W. J. KPPERSOIV.,; TIIE'GREAT ATLA?STiCt<< ;* PAC1FICTEA COPrL't1'
Sheriff' of BrsdCord County, Florida.6t26 :
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flEPTEMBER; 14. 1984 mtADFOKD COVNYf TELEGRAPH. STAUHE FLORIDA PAGE FIVB ,

FRIDAY -.----. .- --, '.... .. -- .. .--- .. .- =.----- -._-" .. .- -.----.--..-
=-
Mr. and Mrs L. F. Dinkins and Rev. and Mrs M. C. Stith and Miss Lena. Belle Shepard, C. A. come up and promise. tis a live

little daughter, Jo Ann of Law NAT SEZ: I liJ sons who have spent the past two Knight and Congressman R. ,A. story in that case. ,Work on all ;i

tey were week-end guests of weeks here with Mrs. Stith's parents Green were in HIlliard Sunday afternoon projects) that are now active is being < r

Bits of Dinkln's parents Mr. and Mrs'j If you want Thursday to roll Mr. and :Mm. II. L. Brownlee where they attended the carried out In a satisfactory

A. Andreu. around every two or three days will leave today for their home In funeral of Senator-Elect' Thomas manner and..' evwybtxly''concerned: ',

just try writing: an ad each week, Jacksonville where Mr. Stith laia H. Davie They were accompanied Is well pleaa Uwlth, the results beIng -

lime, you seen the Bradford I no sooner get *+ !tcr of the Brentwood Baptist home by Mrs. Knight who had obtained.. '
-. the week-end there with her
aprnt
local News Hardware Company about the one off m X, Church.:: James '
Mrs. Shepard.
ALuJdlu LninpT chest before the) e 1 mother, Charlie SavsAman ,
I 5milin 1
printer c c o mea Mrs Walter Olatcau of DeLand,

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS.AND The Woman's around again was a week-end guest of her broth' ''lduc. ;+ l prices on living room '1

Mlslsonary Society and'' | er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. and bed room suites 'for thirty
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN of the Methodist Church will meet wants to W. A. Scott at their home on Cherry -
Nee Denmark for price
know what, Nat ,days
: afternoon four rR ''j
I Monday at o'clock Street. She,was accompanied ,
sex this week ,', '
at the church. Business and devotional
home by hEIr little song Robby, who
Well, this )
B. and Jack Murray -
Paul Knight
meeting i
.
had spent the past two weeks here '.
L- week I'm like' the past two .'
and aunt. M I twho have spent .
with his uncle 1.
I II
N\! T. Turner of New River wada Rev. and Mrs, C. B, Price and 14:. and Mrs George C. White the little boy I weeks In New York City will arrive J

Pfrl&xyMra. ; children were :.visiting friends In that the calf ran i la Starke Sunday ,and will
and little Frances
visitor here White, of Tallahassee .1 Mrs. Wallace Carter and Miss ,
Gainesville Frftlay afternoon were week-end guests of over rve ,got I Inca Moltt of Lakeland. Mr. and I spend a few daya here with the

lypenl, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Alderman and nothln' to say.I Mrs. C. U Moltt of Lacoochee Wil- former', parents Col. and Mrs. D. I,.

Je'enleJMae'
here last week visiting her night and all t can think of la "al a P. Tyson and Orville Moltt of Gainesville where they will attend I1

Roberto ,of Graham parents Mr. and Mrs. P. J, Pearce Miss Martha Brownlee and hands around" "swing your partner Jacksonville, were'called her this the University of Florida
B. 1
Mrs 0 bore Tuesday brother Milton Brownlee, Jr., .returned ," "promenade" and a few more< : week on account of the serious illness --. ',

waa a visitor I 1.Mrs Frazier' Shaw and little home last week after a de calls that I didn't understand, sril < of their slater,, Mrs. Perry K. No New Developments ( I

lIghtful visit in Eastman, Ga., with have to give it up until the Johns *
daughter Geraldine of the State | '
of Hamptorwas At FERA .1aId' bY f. ,
Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Miss Julia Mac Frank lt same time next weex. bummer will Headquarters ,l.1 w
Farm visitors here
a visitor here Monday. were Monday. be gone pretty soon so lot' begli Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel and siAnet. hit reputation* ,' .

I Mrs. 'Walter Redd and daughters to figure, on those new Fall! son,' Russell, spent Thursday and Things are rather slack around what he THINKS hisVharacter" 1:

Mrs. A. A. Smith of Lawtey wad Mr. and Mrs. F A Scott had as Eunice and Mary Lee, oNewbeitry clothes. Friday In Starke with Mr. and FERA headquarters here this week i.-; 1,1

visitor to Starke Monday. I guests Wednesday, Mr and Mrs were guests last week Mra.: J. W; Edwards at' their homeon and according to authorities of the
Arthur Lovendahl of Jacksonville to their directorial staff there was no
SUITS Cherry Street; enroute
I of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest at it
of Alachua. spent months to be derived from that point
Street Dendy, their' home on Call Street. Made to niejuure workmanship home In Sarasota from a news 666Tablet
Sunday with frlenda !in Star e. '. James Lewis spent the weekendIn and fit guaranteed stay at Asheville. North Carolina. this 'week as all former projects '1
.
Lake' City with his brotherinlaw who Is In They were accompanied to Sarasota are moving at top speed but ,no 1.1..1. *. Salve Three Boo Tires..
Billy Parker training Check Malaria. In Day. I
Col. D. E. Knight attended courtIn and sister Mr.:.and Mrs. Cr D. at the Naval Hospital at Ports $22.50 UpLADIES' by Mrs. Daniel's mother, Mrs. new ones have been taken up. Colds First Day }

Springs Tuesday., Shank' who will enjoy 1 However, next week director of
Cove Josephine Edwards
Green mouth, Va., is home on a fifteen lleadachea or Neura ala In .Ito Mlnalee
a several weeks visit therewith operations O. C, Register, says Tonic "
day leave, and Is visiting his moth. I Fine Laxative and
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.' Surrency of Dr. and 8. ''S. Carroll of sr, Mrs. T. D. Rlckenbacker. COATS hEIr son-in-law and daughter that something1 of Interest might Moat Speedy llemedlee Kaovra.TIP ,i

were visitors here Friday -' -- ----- "
Brooker I Jacksonville were week-end guestsof Plain and fur trimmed w ,

Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs.. F Misses Evelyn and MarjorleStump $6.95 Up '
Col. H. V Knight was a professional H. Long. and Lois Long motored with +

: visitor: to Cross City Mon- E. S. Matthews Monday to Tallahassee SUGAR :;

day, where the ladies entered ,
Few Ice 'ream .nnil; reo young Outing Flannelfor TOPGROCERY
the Florida State College fr
,.
frlgerutora left get our prl"
Sheriff Joe Jones of Macclennywas Denmark Furnl\ure Company.Mrs. .Women. making: quilts 5 Lbs. 25c
after '
visitor here Friday
a .
1 ,lOc 'Yd.SHOES
.
noon. J. G, Godwin'of the State Reduced prices on furniture at H
Denmark' See us before buying \VHOLEGRAIN
Farm, and Mrs. V R. Reddish of ]
and Eldrldgeof .
J. C. Robinson son :---
Lawtey were visitors here Monday
. Apopka spent Saturday In Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley will
afternoon. for the family. Solid leather
.
Starke arrive home Sunday from a two RICE I
footwear at rwnaonuble price
weeks visit in Goose Creek Texas,, STARKE. FLORIDA
Miss Mildred of Brook.
Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jonesof with Mr Beaaley's son and daugh $1.95 UpMess
and Misses Willie Mae and Okie
er,
Gainesville, 'were, visitors here ter-ln-law, Mr and Mrs. A. E. 14th.& 15 5 ,Lba.4f. ,. 23c
Saturday Hinson ,of Hampton; were visitors Beasley. *. ,Friday andSa, urday, Sept. .

here SaturdaYrMr. i. Hats .

Fred Carlton Is expected home Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang and 001"'better Grade .

Sunday from an extended trip in and Mrs. George C. Kruse Mr. and Mr.,W. T. Shiver and lIt- I $2.95 Up'Our '
and family have moved to Lake
the North. Je daughter, Betty Ann and Miss I FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Worth where they. will be located Amy Moore of Jacksonville spent Cheaper, listsOlin
sometime.
W. A. Clason of Jacksonville for the; week-end In Starke with L. V. Believe, It or not I mint say again

was attending .to buslnesa In Mr. find Mrs J. Yfj Andrews. Jr. Moore and family. that It pay \n buy at LAKOn HKADS NO. 1 .e' 10 LBS.LETTUCE .


Starke Friday. -- left Arkansas Wednesday where for'they Hot will Springs spend, Mrs. A. Z. Adklna and daugher STERNBERG'SStarke. 9c IRISH POTATOES e17cAvocado

State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. :: Miss Lola Adkins and Mrs.

Crews, were visitors, to Jacksonville several weeks. D.: A. Monteith motored to Talla- Florida ''' "" '

Thursday., lassee Monday where Miss Adkins Pears Each 5c Texas Yellow Onions, 3 Ibs. 12c:
Mrs. :J. H. Pitts and sons, Ronald ,

and Keefe, have returned (Tom a entered as a student in the Florida Be sure to hntr Mrs. Mary liar Doz. 15c Bell Peppers each __ le: 5
J. L. Matthews of Alachua wasa visit with relatives at Valdostaand State College for Women.Special ., rt... Armor famous woman orator ( ('Lenora: large juicy : *

day prominent afternoon.,visitor to Starke Fri-. Fairburn, Ga. price on range staves Friday at the r\enlng.Presbyterian Church nex Limes, Fla. Key, Doz. ... '7l/zc: Tender Beans, Lb, : 4_ .. lOc 1-",


G.. W. Alderman returned Sun- (an be had at Denmark's Furniture :, Good Cooking Apples 4 lbs 15c Tender Cabbage, Lb. 1"'___ _..3c 1
Mrs.James Lewis haa accepteda Store.
as clerk and hostess at day evening to Tallahassee wherehe -_. CI.RBK-B: R :ponT 2 Pounds 15c Fresh Coconuts each .... .5c
position has employment in the'State Stark, Fla.tBrptemhor; Int. 1011': Fresh Tomatoes, *'- ,. r ,
I
Circull;
the Starke Hotel.' Miss Mona Alderman went toWiirlanna Report of th Clerk of the
Road Department. I rourt In and /nr Bradford County, "''s.
to visit her slsar SWEETBANANAS'
Monday Florida' / on nroonnt. of taxes. nnntft. GOLDEN RIPE
Hear M,.. JUary Harris Armor t: Mrs E,.R.. Marshburn. Miss ed for the year MM. '
, Charley' ; Beaaley' o.' Winter Haven f'. A. KNIrHIT; 'r.'oll..ctor 15c POTATOES,4'Lhs' 1O '
at the Presbyterian Church, next was !here Wednesday to attend Alderman was accompanied who by has little I liRA flJ'OR" 'OtTNTY 4EK.: .
:21. Betty Marshburn foniity Proper
Friday Sept. the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. relatives. o hfllnnrn, .... Utft2,111
here
been visiting f
FIT amount collected __ OH 8TO ,
Ethel Moitt Johns. '
Mrs Frank Merrill, of Keystone balance duo _..-. .-_ ((1,487.1 }

Heights was a visitor to Starke LeEtta Corpenlng has returned Mrs. James Lewis Miss Melba ro balance' fin.d ami' Forfeiture_ ( 0By SELF-RISING 6 LUS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS. '
DAISY
dJ'm
:i'.et
'Friday afternoon. Hlcox and Vernon Sllcox returnid nmnnnt c" = :(If
from a several weeks visit with To balance' dim, _. 1,902.4:
Tuesday from a ten days' motor ?
in Ma- fi...tr Road null llrldworo
J. E. Corpening,
her father
Mrs. G. B. Colson and son. Resile : trip to Washington, D. C., Na balance due __ t.&I11.11
rion. North Carolina. Va.. and Asheville, BV amount collacted.__ .. NONR
of visitors hereMonday ural Bridge
.
Brooker. were
To balance' due ______: (.510.11 FLOUR 27c 50c 95c
; afternoon., N. C., and other places of Interest! .'0..'" School General
Miss Martha Brownlee wUl leave inrouta.: To balance. du. .. ..._ II.UII.OO
Monday for Jacksonville, where Hy amount collauted_ __ 231).6& ..
Miss Noreen Hicks haa returned ro bnlanre. due '..' .. H.44J.6 '"
from a several weeks visit at she will enter training for a nurse Mr. and. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Total ..b.Svh.ml Mrmmlnr )z
_.., _
Riverside Hospital Wed- Fo balance dun ? 1,91(02
Jacksonville Ecach. and Mrs. M. C. Stith spent Fly amount ".olleel.d981.. .<8

-- -- leaday in Tallahassee,,where they To. balance! dun. .._... 5,086.8 MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE HOME GROUND
Mrs.,Ancll Wainwright of Jack- Total Kuh.ftrhoal' HendmlPo :
Have you seen the Bradford of accompanied Miss Mary Brownlee balance du.. __ .. 8.433.U .._ ____Lb. 30c: !
_
Hardware about the lonville. was a week-end guest and Miss Betty Mace of DeLand fly amount collected _-.- 1700 ___,..__,,._ *<

Aladdin Lamp Company Mr. and Mrs O. A. Andreu. at their who are students at the State Col- To balance rtiir.....I..It..1To ._ ._._- ','81." ALL !FHESII GROUND. MEAL i


home on Cherry Street.C. age for Women amount balance' collected dua-----. .._.?... 118.4'fly 442( COFFEE. ..... __- _______- --Lb. 19c: 10 Lbs. _. .J.I..I. .25cMATE4 : '.'/"

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown of .. __. "
the Co balance due 575.51WM.wr :
Brooker were visiting friends here C. Hoppe of Tampa spent Mrs. Julia H. Eastman of Lake ", ....... nITTE 't1 .
week-end here with his wife and lutler a'Visitor tot Starke IVi balance' ._,.. I7 ..4amount ?' ? :
Monday afternoon. who are visiting Mrs. Hoppe's was *y- ..:.\\'t'.tbi .__-_: 44.li: PORK & BEANS __..,..,____..can 5c '
son 'ueaday. Mr. Eastman has been To balance due. ?__.., ,_ BBI.&, TOMATOES

Mrs. J. H. Lawrence of Key- lister Mrs. Jeanette Klncald. aving quite bit of Improvements Hoed ,*. arlda e...IntereatInkln 4 LJBBV8 (IT'S THE BEST) i

stone Heights was a visitor Here haa had nude on her home on Weller fo- balance due,,_*._???... 1I.IIU.17, CORNED BEEF ___.. .?__--Can 15c: 2 No.2Canswi,15cBLUE
Mrs. W. B. Alexander Itreet, which has added very much; 3y amount rollectel __ 51 7.HI ,
Thursday afternoon. u recent guests her aunt Mrs. P, to Its appearance. ro balance' dun. ._ ....._, U.2t1l.481 PLATESALAD" HAND PACKEDTOMATOES

W. McEver and H. M.-Wasdin of 3. McCranie of Jacksonville and .11 THE' "UTI' cornr op" TIIMTWKVTYdHTH i 'DRESSING Pt., 17c; Qt. 25c 'ii\,\
.
: JIIHCIM fll'
Alachua.
Rllla Fowler of ana -
Miss Mrs C. H, Clarke family, ,
Graham were attending business ('l IT OP TIIM HT'Tn or FI.OH- I.T.USLE-IARGE HALVES: "r''
who have been residing at the ll>'. IV.. AMI Foil" fHIAUFORIl, "
here Saturday.Mr. Ilate you seen the Bradford ruby home on Cherry Street for t'OI"5TY.. FI.ORII."M 'PEACHES ? __ -_ .No. 2/ Can 15c 3 No. Cans .25cMATCHES
the 5i TICS TO 1'171..11: ,tern Y,
!Hardware Company about few months, have '.f '
the .
and Mrs. H H Young and past goneo .TAXPAYER I r 'j FANCY SLICED -
.tladdln Lamp"MIlls New York City having been call- Bradford Cniinry.. P'fowlda. fj-. '
Ion, Theodore, were visitors to Petitioner. PINEAPPLESPINACH ___-_--..:No. 2 Can 15c
account of the
Jacksonville .d there on serousIlnese ve.

ThursdayMrs. : Eloise Fomby here of Hosford with Mr.Is of her. son-in-law. The state.:Respondent.To of Florida. _____...- ___No. 2 Can lOc 2Pk 15c' ,
pending sometime .. .. : ;
and little the \ J. F Downing and Mrs. WUmer Holzendorf and Mrs. Anna Alvarez, who has Bradford County, Florida. and Charmer COFFEE a.: j-_ ____-Can 18c T.
-
eon. Marry with relatives -
spent Sunday Bradford High School. all othera whom It may cnncivrn: SALNo.
Is attending vacation at the
at High een enjoying a each,of you hereby. BOSEESALEBARTLETTEPEARS
Springs. norlf\'n
\ : 'bR..

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott telly returned cottage to at Jacksonville Kingsley wherehe Lake lied by Br.orl.coun.,., Florida.aekina been. 2'/2 Can 17c 3 For n ...+ _...., lOc: M'
oae .
to validate. and confirm an "
md little ;nephew, Bobby Glatzau Is assistant public relatlonarector sea. of Ktfondlnc Koad Honda ,ol( sp
EARLY;
15c
1 FRUITS FOR SALAD Tall Can JUNE
CENT A WORD last Wednesday in Jacksonville district of the :aid (' In the aunt of $897,000, ._ .
of the fourth
spent( ( f.. be date January: 1, 134, of the '
Florida Emergency Relief, Adminitration. "nomination of $1,00(1 .arb, >num- ALL FLAVORS PEAS
'
ered. from 1 to (97 Inelualve, ma-
PRESERVES
PURE 2-Lb. Jar 30c
.
COLUMN 'urine rlallr and In numerical or. .._ .
A. M. Browder of Sumter South of each of the l
t
d. r on January yearc

''FOR RE JT-Furnished Cottage Carolina spent the week-end In. Among those who are attending .(44 etlrement to I**on* Inelualve.any' Intereat optional payment for ,SUPER.SUDSPICKLES.l., ___ .. .. __ ___ '_ 3 For 2Sci. : Large Can "r1Oc:

S rooms and bath J. W.. Mor- Starke with Mr. and Mrs. L. S.3utto. the Zone meeting of the Methodist ate prior to maturity, both prlncl. JVORTHFIELD

gan. W. M. S. at' the First Methodist pal and ceml'annual Intereat Janu- _. ...._+.._ _.,... Qt s. for ,15c: t
err' and July It at the rate of alt
hurch In Jacksonville today are: I at The ". MILK
cent per annum payable ( ..Im BEST OF ALL")
POUND:_ A Masonic emblem Mlsa Eleanor Richards of Tam- :ev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery rn National Bank In the City
which describing ''of .,f N.w Yorke New York mare fullyeaorlbed 'NU O"t. .. Lb. 15cTip : '
have by Brown
owner may Is. and Miss Evelyn Mrs J. W. White Mrs. L. D. Green In aald petition. and to be ,-------- -- 3 Tall Cans __ 17c i'
and paying for ad. Callat Jack onvJJJe were guests Sunday ofIDsa' Irs.. Sam Anderson Mrs E. K.erryman 1 laued under authority t'h the t'cinIfirtlon '

317 East Call' Street. Moore.Mrs Scott Mrs. and lawa of State of '
- Ethel Mrs. W. A. 'lorlda lncludln Chapter 11771 of GROUND
A. F. Sauls Mrs. lb. Arts of the alalatiire of Flor.
:Mrs.
A. Wood
FOR SALE-.One c.. V. Hill Refrigerator r and A.r. la, 131, pursuant to procendlnra of Market
M Pettlt; -Mra. MiddleNX.
suitable for small A- .., A. Davis, Mrs. W ,,E. lie ilonrd of County Commlaalunera I Top COFFEE
. 3.. Williams-: of'.Aktchua.'were: In .f ...t,. County for the purpoee of
market and ;:store, first .
grocery week visiting Mr, and funding a like amount of outtandlnej
class condition, will Mil at a bar- itarke last OF" APPCICATIO1 FOR and unpaid bonded IndebfJneaa 2 Lbs. .__ 25c
lira.Charley .E. Johns. *OTItK; : of paid County for the pay ALL MEAT STEW 2 Llw. 3Sc ,.w(
gain.
Bryant's Cafe. NOTICK 'TAX 1H HKKKBT DRIED OIVI'J.That : ..tent of which the credit nf said SMOKED SAUSAGE ... Per" Pound 18c t
PSI I
'CARDS. Daniel Russet Mra. M. I>....ne, holder of Ta* onnty haa bern plodired and thatnld Camay or -
-CALLING sl V Mrs R. O.
any Mr and ) ertlflrate No. IS3. laHueA At It day o< petition filed In thin Court a. SPARE RIBS Per Pound 17e
100 for 80;' J1JSO for 100. Monogrammed Daniel Mrs 3. W. Edwards and .ptemher A. 1>. lat baa riled aaldirtlflcKt. .lonnrahle foreaald. will Judge be of hoard aalrl before Court the 1.I la SIRLOIN STEAK $ Per l'oundJOe: olive'

stationery 100 sheets ilrsv Josephine Edwards were vlsl- ... / In for my lax office deed and to madeppllcatlon laaue I,. Court House In Htarke, Florida LAMB PATTIES : ft Each 5c

sad 100 fa.75.: Bradford ors to Jacksonville FrIda .. with I... n the 18th day of ept' Ht4. at ten .. SOAP'
envelope, lereon In "'.01'01. : clock A. Hand*you and each of LAMB CHOPS LOIN' Pound 35c
County Telegraph. Phone 29. tf. tI.ld certificate .mbr..... the '01- you are h...,, notified- and ...quire -
R. X: '>Sparkman who' Upending ,wing deecrlhed property altuat.di to appear at' the tine' and place SMALL WEINERS Pound 19e B ,
Mrs Bradford County Florida to- : If ""till'- ar ,. ,-'..... Sc:
a aforeaald to show ceuae any ?-;?- ,-
OFFICE LEG 0' LAMB Pound
Jack- 25e
Half
SUPPLIES Typewriter In
: several weeks It: The south of ftoathweatuarter ,..u t...,. or If any there be, why
ribbons, adding machine ribbons, onvllle, spent Monday In Starke of 8outhwe etg.otloo Quarter Rlvht.in :/ Ms.I.a "aid Refundlna. Road Hnnna ahouldot VEAL STEAK Pound 2Se OCTAGON
Him II) Acre. confirmed laMiformtty
Talon paper typewriter paper at bar home on,Call Street. tit). Town.hip Him se). Uvutban .". be validated with the and prayrr. eel forth VEAL CHOPS 4 Pound 32e
machlre: paper, second Twentr-two, (UU :.al. _no "said petition and nuranint to the CHILI CON CARNEfl;I Pound 25e
heels Bradford .mining Fourteen (M) -.er. more or ::.. of the Utate of Florida: In itichia r SOAP"
on sale 'I the Mrs. Mary *
bear
to ,
fall
Don't "' sat made and provided. BEST BEEF ROAST c Pound 22e
County Telegratib. office. Phone Iamb Armor famous woman or- The assessment of sold property. ,. "lit WITNKBX!: vruFnBOF.. i have SPREAD
39. tf. ndor the aalil certificate laait.rf wa.In affixed OLD ENGLISH CHEESE Jar 19e Each Bar 2c:
Church mr hand and ?
rr
at the Presbyterian the name" of Willie Ann 1)ell.Gales : :mlit.
I SI. said certificate hall be re.enu le of the above en' LANG HORN CHEESE Pound 2lc- ,
. *ANTED TO i'UY-Ptne and i text Friday evening. Sept ." >4 according to law, tx. deed tied Court. at acarke. Florida this CHUCK STEAK Pound '19c Wl cON8IN.* t 9
a day of H Pt1 J4.
th,r"ori on lb. dill' day
hardwood suit.aWe III laaue
, stanlUg timber I Mrs.LC.; F Boyar and 0' October. A. I*. 1554. A. J. ,THOMAS.flerlr NICE FAT HENS Pound 17c CHEESE '\
for veneer; jVJckaJ. ".W1U payPot ilr. and' the Dated this 71)1) day of "ptember.A. of the Circuit!! Court I -WE DRESS THEM SATURDAY-' ,{
Jacksonville, spent of the Twenty-shalt. Judicial
' cash If rich.Give full ico. of D. 1514.
prlc' y Mrs. Beyer'slarents '1. TJIOMAIJ, circuit. of the Stale of, Pound r18ci '
here with __ ..._)
',ullculars anwerlag'' address.w reek-end M.rit of Circuit Court.Bradtortl .plor/da, lq and for Bradford -_ *
Mr. and Mra. J. C..Man1. rlortda.I.14.6tQalS ; -CotlAC7.: r .' -' "
kem Box 138 County,
Bell Jn.:.,,P. O. ,
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PAGE qR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.!: FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER
i\ u. 19J&
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: .:' RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY BLUE BUS -

I',' Hints To HousewivesWeekly I IMPROVES LOCAL PLATFORM SCHEDtLEs
I C Daily effective Sept. 1. i934

1 Work on improvements to the Northbound

[i't' from-Home: Demonstration I : LIVE STATE NEWSNews American Railway Agency's ship- m.:, fi:24: p. m.,-9:19 4l8: : p.a.m.m.. i:58 p.

FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee | ping platform here was begun thisweek. Southbound-2:18:
,
Plans include relaying the a. m., 9:34 ..

,p' of Florida in Short Paragraphs floor over the entire building extending m., 12:19: p. m., 6:00: p. m.
Demonstration Agents PERSIMMON: RECIPES Tickets and
Conducted by the ,roof and filling in low Information
at
If you will be sure that persimmons I Smith's Service
',' places around the platform. Station next to
'j.: are soft (if the astringenttype I courthouse.
Local labor and materials were
before them
) use .
A you you -
,t d- will find them sweet and of a taste used as far as possible, and it is CROSS

that Is different and indescribably ROCKEFELLER 'COMES EARLY FIRST GRAPEFRUIT estimated that the work will necessitate CHILDREN

t. Prices Of Farm delicious.' The following recipe DAYTONA ,BBACH--John D. TERRACEIA-A local fruit com the spending of 1000. MAY HAVE WORMS

RURAL Products Rise are only suggestion., Persimmon Rockefeller plans to come South to pany started picking the first!, .- Wad for upset Ii.........ecIIa, bid b...",

:f. COMMON SENSE may be used in place of any fresh Ormond Beach "some time next grapefruit of the season here. The Use of ethylene gas for loosen fleas fsefuln.e end ......1 loss.L They 01 weiah h., .thing. .......,j

-- fruit In salads, Ice creams and des month,"It was said at "The Casements first car will start rolling northward ing walnut hulls from the kernel WL Whits Cream stay V.fu"pIn. has 0' round odd,

By SPUDS JOHNSON | WASHINGTON Donald R. serts. It is to be lamented that ," his winter home there last within the next few days. will save growers this year about end nd mud far nan the, delicate r.U.blT Inlet eiptlltd Whit" w_

Richberg reported to F.reslden week. fruit, is said to be and $250,000 usually lost through damage C...
__ _J Florida people do not appreciate The large Vermifuge recommended by dtu .,;...
Roosevelt that farm prices have the lusciousness of persimmon the quality splendid.LARGER to the kerneL MITCHELLS DRUG STORE
'{ IMPORTANT 'PERMANENTADJUSTMENTS risen to within five percent of the
and hence do not enjoy them as a.. KILLED FATHERDE m -
IN FARM which the
famous parity"
"pre-war liberal of their fruit FERA CHECK
part FUNIAK SPRINGS-Stafford -
f LIFE' OCCURRING reQutre.1
HOME
Administration has been strainingto
Florida farm families are readjusting reach menta at this time. They Whipple 18, was held on a JACKSONVILLE The state FUNERAL DIRECTORS
I with and and In com FERA awaited Information from
sugar cream charge of murder Friday followingthe
1 their agriculture to obtain The bead of the President's Executive uur Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render
binatlon salads.Quartered .
at
fatal shooting of his father headquarters Washington concerning
a more abundant living and Council made plain that hid EFFICIENT,.PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Ira 49.: the receipt here of a check
'Persimmon Salad Whlpple
,, ? greater satisfaction on the farm benefit' MODERATE PRICES
figures Include payment Because he ill the for $2,334,237 instead of an'anticipated .
Miss Peel and quarter persimmons to was youth
home
and in the farm' says the
DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
received by farmers through
I waa held at home under guard. amount of $1,919,000 for
Flavla Gleason state home demonstration form a cup at the bottom. Placecottal'e
AAA.. He also stressed that the STARKE. FLORIDA
relief activities. Administrator
agent.. She declares cheese In the bottom of the September -

,sad' that the farm women of this state drought slashed some major crop.do cup sprinkle with chipped walnutsand TEACHERS WIN FIGHT Julius F. Stone Jr., -
"therefore the high prices
are bravely meeting their prob. and Increase serve with mayonnaise. TALLAHASSEE -Four Orange said he was unable to explain the ---- - ---- --.--,-.;;;;:
not mean a fully corresponding
Increased amount but that Instructions
lems of maintaining the family Persimmon Ice Cream County school teachers recently in -
In farm income. YOUR SEARCH FOR
for of the balance
"' health using wisely all the resources Use 1 pint of coffee cream 3S ,supreme court were given a pre- disposition
He 'warned that for complete would be received'eoon..
r of the farm and the home farm "It Is essential that pint of orange juice and H pint emptory writ of mandamus requiring -I probably I

o t supplementing the farm Income recovery strained persimmon pulp. Sweetento the county"school board to
there be more of a revival In Intensive PLANT FOR LAKE CITY
'.t, with products the women grow or taste and freeze.Peorslmmon award them contracts for the com
re-employment. in his ." LAKE CITY-Lake City is to
/X1. make maintaining the morale of ing year.
} first report last Sunday Richberg MarmaladeUse have one of the largest most complete
themselves, their families and I 2 of to 1 4
claimed marked industrial gains quarts pulp cupful and up-to-date FERA can

". :, their communities rendering relief and In particular the reemployment strained orange juice. Mix orange HEAVY STEALING ning plants in the state which will
to others and assisting them
it\oJ\ of 4,120,000 persons. juice with pulp and cook In double TAMPA-A safe weighing more I be complete by or around October
to become and
,> keeping\ self-supporting :Pre-War Parity I. Goal boiler until thick To each cupfulof than two tons and containing $2- 1 and will furnish employment for

young people developing Pre-war parity-meaning the pulp add 3-. cupful of sugar 000> In cash and $3,000 worth of 300 persons In a twenty-four hour

'If{ :Into the finest type of citizenship. real price level of 1910 to 1914 as return to double boiler and cookto jewelry was stolen from the officeof working scale, which will be divided -
to be
Big problems they are
[1 desired consistency. Casino Enterprises motion picture into three eight-hour ENDS RIGHT HERE
ure. But Miss Gleason the measured in terms of purchasing shifts according
says
.. farm women are solving them. And power-often has been cited as a Persimmon Cup Cakes ; chain operators and found to F., E. Clayton directorof

1' goal of the Roosevelt agriculturalThe Take 1 cup sugar U cup butter empty by a ,roadside fifteen miles operations. Unit No. 4, for Columbia -
the home demonstration agents
report also declared; 1-4 cup milk 2 cups flour 2 eggs north of here.DROWNS. and Union Counties. IDEAL FERTILIZERSYou
employed In of Florida's
many
2! tablespoonfuls baking powder i *> ,

counties hare rendering a helping program. and 1 tablespoonful vanilla. WHILE WADING EDUCATORS
REAFFIRM
band and assisting in an important 1, Farm Income for 1934 appears of
50
Cream butter and add Johnson ,
TAMPA-Harry
sugar NEEDS search ends here" when
the to I to exceed 1933 by will ay "my right you use Ideal
way women overcome likely
well beaten eggs. Sift baking Tampa was drowned here while DAYTONA BEACH-The Flor- Fertilizers for your crops. And you Mill know too that further
their 19 While this wasa
difficulties. about percent. said powder with flour add alternatelywith wading In the bay. Accompaniedby Ida Educational Association at a experimenting will be unnecessary. Like hundreds of Florida's

With a powerful government substantial gain Rlchbejrg milk, add vanilla. Bake ,In his wife, Johnson was wadinga conference here last week; reaffirmed most successful growers you will know your search can end.
ll, lending them succor the farmers ''it leaves farm Income still far below For than Ideal Fertilizers have been
muffin pan. When cool scoop out short rlstancei from shore. He the need of $7,500,000 full more forty yean manufactured
(+' are bending .every effort to pull the levels of 1923-29. hole and for Florida crop. And during that period more Ideal Fertilizer
he center of the cup cakes. Fill stepped Into a deep being state aid for the public schools of
themselves out of th'e difficulties ahve been used In Florida than other brand.
2.'Rental and benefit payments swim drowned before any
with strained persimmon pulp. Top unable to was Florida.. The conference, a semi
Incident to the depression. They made to farmers totaled $311,000- with marsnmal- could reach him.
whipped cream or help annual affair was a Joint meet-
al' .are valiantly struggling to regain 000 between August 1933 and low. Ing'of the executive committee of CARL JOHNS'LOCAL

t "parity," not only in prices but also June .1034. HOTEL BRINGS BIG PRICE the continuing education council SELLING AGENT

In other conditions affecting 8. Farm Income aggregated 95-:S The campus of Berea collegeIn WEST PALM BEACH-The AI.ba the ways and means committee of STARKE, FLORIDAJ.

farm life. Their efforts are bearIng 083,000,000 for 1033-34 as com Kentucky embraces 5,400 acres hotel, Palm Beach boom time he FERA, and the board of directors -

d fruit. But the farm home and pared with 13,881,000,000 for 1932- of forests and fIelds.sltnniEF's structure, was sold here to Robert of the Association. S. NORMANLOCAL

its: home maker bold) key positionsIn 33, E. Graham and company for .
this readjustment, Miss HAI.R SELLING AGENT
says Surpluses of major crops have Nntlc h lv n that under $233,320 and $144,000 In unpaid KILLED BY -TRUCKBLOUNTSTOWNFloyd
1t Gleason. On the support of ,the normal but the and by vl..rt. .reobltt certain writ taxes at' a special master's ..ale.I Lord LAWTEY FLORIDAG.
been cut to about
farm women will rest In no small of execution bearing date the 10th.
1 the failure of drought has "laid the basis for new day nf May A, D. 1034 and leaned I The sale was held to satisfy a mortgage 1-year-old son of Will Lord, was W. ROBERTSLOCAL
y degree success or a Control of should out of And under the hand and aeul foreclosure suit brought several killed last week at Altha twelve .
recovery program. surpluses. crops. ot the Clerk of the Circuit Court Inand
the First Trust SELLING AGENT
continue. for Bradford County, Florida years ago by miles from here when, officers
a> "Increasing numbers of farm on that. certain judgment: of recordIn and Savings Bank of Miami. said he ran from behind an auto- LAWTEY FLORIDA
tomes have become better places B.. Government agencies now the publlo record of Bald Bradford >
County Florida, wherein M. A. I mobile and was struck by a passing -
all
held more than 25: percent of
smith aa Liquidator for the Erad I SEAWALL DEDICATED truck. L. R. Anderson of Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
fatm debt as compared with 12.1 ford County la
Hunk a corporation JACKSONVILLE Ten t h o u- Chlpley driver of the truck was
percent at the beginning of 1930. plaintiff, mid E. L. Hluga la defendant -
.Astro the underalgned "nun levied upon 'sand persons, most of them from exonerated of blame by a, coroner's
: and will aell at publlo outcry In :Northeast Florida and South Georgia Jacksonville Florida
in which to live and actual improvement front of the South door of the Court jury. The child was returningfrom ,

chain In the standards of living loua* In Bturke' Bradford; County, I attended ceremonies at Jacksonville school at the time of the accident
lorlda, to the hltheat and beat bidder which
Beach recently
have been brought about duelug for cash, during the legal hours e --- --- --- ,- .- .- .. --00)
n --and the depression years as a result of sal* on Monday the lat. day of marked formal dedication of the

agents" she continues "These Improvements October, A. D. 1934. the followinganda I.new seawall and oceanfront prom .
lying; and belong In Bradford
its speak have been accomplished Florida. to-wlt! enade recently completed with

first by well filled pantries countR. of NEB of Section 24 Tp funds supplied by the CWA and v
Ranve SI Efl.t. NH, of
which have been stored with home- VW 4 of Bactlon' 22, Tp. II South FERA

produced supplies and second Range 21 .tih: :rtI ''n acre I InK =0 :
,
H. corner In a GIRL' HELD FOR BOARD BILL
,y tse ..... .. a-.w --, .. ."> through home Improvements which square, and except IS aer.'n N. E. Onen"de
i' ---. ..._....li..a.A have added comforts for the entire nrner thereof' I'S'cNlon: *qtiareKVt BARTOW-A mother baa sought
of NWW of 4, Tp.' 7 court action to become reunited -
., family."In South. Rang 22 East An undlvld-
.. f iq .--.. our.st with her four-year-old daughter
ed one-half Interest In following
4av.l..U.11__ a great many instances the andii Begin at N. B3 held In lieu
: oorn..rotNW'4 she said now is being
a'sr M P... .. .- ..... st a..lat.se.aay. lessons learned are worth what of HBV of Section 34n/ e 8 11
U 'b .tTf80 ; of a $569 board bill. In a bill of
y..s.r !WI I. areas 22 K, and run West yard,
.. .-.- ma s.. eraser they have cost If we will continueto hence South 620 yards more or Una, complaint filed in circuit court

..-- ..... .. a..rd use what has proved to be most to public fond, thence Easterly here, Mrs. Lucy Sewox the mother is worth

...,. Y a..se..dy ........, helpful, If we will but do this we along 280 yards North, thence aide of North said road 620 yard about, claimed she placed her childIn

may grasp the opportunity to lay more or 1 leap, to point.of beginning
,+ tat 'r... Iser_ ..djl said the care of Mark Collins at Winter
being 24 arre In East part of
the foundation for better homes
.msuhr. ,. \W..,. of ,1E, % and 41 acre In N. E Haven when the little girl was
better living better children anda part of 8W-4 of BEV4 of Sec 24, Tp. sixteen months old.
HAROLD C.- WALL better citizenship throughout the II .H. K. 22 E. A one-third undivided / ? a
.
Interest In following land: Commencing -
'
INSURANCE. land which the new plan for agriculture ; at .8.Z.W. Corner of land FLORIDA INMAGAZINESJACKSONVILLEFlorida,
STARKE FLORIDA offers" she concludes owned by Adklna on Walnut
_._ Street In Town of Stark, Florida, will
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run South' 82 feet along Walnut vie with California for her share thousandwords
treat, thence East 350 feet to Railroad -
Avenue thence North alongsaid of tourist travel ,this season with
l Now! Prices ReducedON llallroad Avenue; ;92M feet to attractive four-color: advertisements -
S. E. corner of land of estate of
James T. Will, thence) Went 960 feet In the Saturday Evening '/
\ to point of commencement on Walnut Post Collier's and other national '
Street East halt of tUook t
.' South of West and all fractions magazines. First string newspapers -
South :f.o a South Hang will likewise be used in an
a Went In NWV\ of 8WH of Tern- tobe
extensive advertising campaign
plea Subdivision of Section' 21 Tp. t
'
South, Range 22 East: and 1i acres: Inaugurated by the Atlantic

l Genuine Bayer Aspirin In NH, of NB44 of 8WV beginning Greyhound Lines It.was announced -
:87 feet Kant of N. W corner ofNEV4 hear and what
you
of 8W14 and run thenc. East this week by Vice-President / WHAT
i important
s read about -
Mill< feet thence south 617 feet John L. Gilmer. a car
.
thence West 1048 feet, thence North -but one ride is north
.
k 18 degree East to point of beginning -
except 4U acre oft the East SIX MILLION SEE EXHIBIT, thousand words Test Chevrolet'sKneeAction

Tint of 12 Tablet us. unu' and earn thereof width and across which exception entire east I.of JACKSONVILLE.... Statistical on a bumpy road.

NOW Bottle* of 24 end thereof In Sec. 21. Tp. e a. R. records, revealed here by LorenzoA. A where you 'can see for yourself

Tablet. U by Kant.62 U, feet Also north 85 feet and east aouth and. bounded went. Wilson chairman of the Florida what a big difference Knee-Action

5 on North by land of eatat of Century of Progress commission makes in riding comfort Thin. test

NOW old William to said Andrew Andrew and by which W. R Olla.was showed 6,250,000 persona will also acquaint you with the

eon on South by Church Street viewed the Florida exhibit at Chi. -smooth economical valve-in-head
(now Hogan Alley) Went bv landaf
cago up to August 28. Wilson said ubl('-
eatat of John C'lemnn* and North engine the positive
C by land own.d In 1884 by M.... M of the number 43,512 registered controlled brakes the bodies. by
,
T. Day In Town of Starke Florida for detailed information
Also, on. lot commencing; at H E requests Fisher and the comfort of Fisher
corner of land lout above dvarrlbed, about,, the stated So, popular he Ventilation Go nearest
running thence East Alt feet North aid, waa the state's exhibit its '"to your
Ill feet Wet. 111 feet South 3V4 I M Chevrolet dealer and make the
.; ; feet, East 33 fet to N. E. corner. ofla..t booths sold 19,600, cones of orange
.above described pleoe of land sherbet In the single dayof August Ownership Tetit. Chevrolet inMtw
South. to point of commencement. In tied to let and the ride deride
Town of tarke, and In Section 28, 28, you
Tp. f South. Rang 22 Eat., Also, i I which car i is the best for you.
one lot commencing at 8 R. corner
4j'r ..f the lot last above described run- PROPOSE MORATORIUMWEST t' CHEVHOUCT: MOTOR CO.DETROIT.MICH.
IngEaat to Temple Avenue, PALM BEACH-A moratorium ,_: Camper Cftevrotefr, lam Jrlinrvdrc

Cit Heal' BAYER Aspirin Now at Lowest Price In History hence feet-thence North South 4S feet. to thence point of West commencement BO on all bonds outstanding f m* Nay G.M.A.C. arMaun .. A &*"'<

tt being; In NW4 of SWVif against cities, counties and taxingUtricts .Vahr.i341t' .
So as to put the safety and quick Remember too that doctors advise Section U. Tp ,. 8, R. 21 E..et.AI.ol. In Florida would be de- ee
action of Genuine Bayer Aspirin It, for it DOES NOT HARM 'a two.thlrd.undlvh,1, Inter-.
1, within the reach of everyone the THE HEART. And that scientists n NEU, of HWV4 of Section IS, tared under terms of a bill which

price you pay has now been reduced. rate it among the fattiest known safe i Tp. 41 S! K !2 East Also beginning State Senator John R. Beachamof
-, al s. W. corner of Sl2\i of swv\ of
Reduced so low that nobody need reliefs for pain (See illustration Section 19. Tp. C a R. 22 East run this city plans to introduce In

y ever .again accept some other prcpbelow..) thence ..a..t on Smith line of said the 1935 legislature.. Announcement
aration in plaee of the real BAYER I section 1419 feet. thence North 030 introduction
he Is
that planning
ASPIRIN that you've asked for.. feet thence' Ease SO feet thence
,') ; tins I North *i degree East to North line of the bill next spring waamade
lie for of 12 tablets.
now' Why Bayer Aspirin 'of SKV4 nf aWVi last at..r..al", --
25c now for bottles of 24 tablets. Works So Fast hence South on West line of $E'4or when be said most cities In

And the biff: family size WW*4 litat.aforeaaM to the point. the state are being taxed beyond

l tablet bottles have again been Drop a BayerAip&Ki of beginning: and containing; 26 and. their ability to pay because of outstanding -
I-- Tablet a.to acres, mars' or IM Alao that
y.J J duced in price. These new kite II giu, o4 triangular. portion of NW. of 8Ef bonded Indebtedness. -
prices are now in effect ..t.. .. Section Township and Rang last -- ..- zee
100tJ aforesaid whieh' lies Weet of the
the
the United Stale \ By HIM;
VEGETABLES FOR LUNCH
It hit* the bottomol tarke and Lawtey Publlo Road
\ _ottrAF' old road) and containing 6 and 12crea. OJU3-As Ojus children start
.M tor di lea, and '
So-Always say "Bayer" more or more porIfmlarly '
their moth-
.tln.. described, a* follow, to- off to school this fall
When You Bay wit Beginning at center of said ere will probably say: "Johnny do

when IN 2 ICONM IY STOP public road en North line of said i have arithmetic book and
And remember you ask for WATCH and 1-3 acres where the earn crosses you your
!N Bayer Aspirin at these new low A Gmuln Kiy r Aiplrin. Tabtat _Urt paid public road thence run Weat turnlpa?" And little Johnny will CHEVROLETTorode
prices it's unnecessary now to accept to dUmttgraM and so to wseNt < en feet to Northwest corner, of *aldNWVi sally forth with books in one hand
of SEl,. thence South 717 I..tto
any other preparation in its place.' wh.t" Happm* In T"CI" renter. of Mid road thence on and a bundle of green vegetables
t So ask for it by the N' In Your Stomach' -Gcnuin* line to the of beglnIng .. .n.i.jnaaM. *'"
-:never name m A.pIn TibMB Sl.rt : straight point In the other. Mrs. AUse Tyre,
.' "aap'rin"! :..skvne when but "Taliini Above last described 2 piece
you buy. M Dade home economics
: f lande vontnln an aggregate of County sutervisojv -
Sale B-A-Y-E-R; Aspirin and Taking. 13' creM., mars o. le*.
tbosay
has worked out a plan by Chevrolet Co.
\ get it.
.. Said landa are to b* sold to satisfy
said Judgment and eoata.W which children may trade their ,
J.. KPPERSON; farm to the school
grown products:
ALWAYS SAY "JAYM ASPHIN" NOW WHIN YOU BUY Sheriff.of Brr.afvrd County ..10..1.....,
f-$1.41-s-4.' '- ,cafeteria for hot lunches. _, STARKE, FLOR1DA
'\\I, d:

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U, 1934
SEPTEMBER
tY
BRADFORD
COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
_. --- -- ---- -- STARKE FLORIDA PAGE!: SKVKCHURCH "
DIRECTORY ------- -- --------- ---.----- -- ._-. -.- --__. _____ _. _'0_ ._.__ .___ _. -------.-------- --- -- .
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;i.\ltKE
all. But it la by ao means the puzzling combination of certain

First; Baptist Church BEHIND L rule in town or country, for the letters of the alphabet so that

Bev. C. B. Price, Pastor. I The Story of the Bible house-wives are often poor cooks, they might better understand the I
Told in Pictures I
Sunday School, 10.00: a.m.; A. J. the I unwilling or unable to vary the efforts put forth by the Administration -

Superintendent. N I menu. Therefore the home demonstrator I am furnishing you with,
Zrntog Worship 11:00: a.m. The Iimldr"" of j should be encouraged for a copy of the list so that all of we

P. U., 63: : p.m. State!! Capital her salary is well earned by the readers of your paper may have
| o y E
Worship, 8:00: o'clock N.n. *. Improved house-keeping she teaches a better understanding of what la
Evening service, Wednes- "; the women folks. The town being done by the Administrationto
i prayer
)ldweek! My oSCAN JOH 8:00 p.m.MethOeU mid KE'r'vA'rsoxTALLAHASSEENominees: !! (
411,, r and go to a restaurant for a ) of normal happiness. Yt
.H + W la.IL ,
;; Church e t p rt t.J better one; but the country man ; Sincerely yours,
B. M. Montgomery, Pasioi. of .s,,t must eat what is set before him H. H. YOUNG.t t
ReV.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. the 1935 legislature are receiving and his only recourse for gettingeven Included in the list of Alpha- 3,

Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. a four-page letter from Perry O. Is to cuss the government and betlcal Employment Bureaus, aa ',, '

Toung People's Meeting- :39 Wall of Tampa aggressive exponent high taxes. Created by the President, are the }

M.'Evening of equity for all In assessment H. E. LAGERGREN. following mar Important bodies:

Worship-7:30: P. M. and tax matters In Florida. He AAA-Agricultural Adjustment
wants the forthcoming session to THESE THINGS CANNOT DB Administration.CCC .
)
Prenbytorian Church something sincere and constructive r4wrw REPEALED
Civilian ConservationCorps
about the matter of Starke Fla., -
!tjeir. George H. Lowry, Minister uniformity of t
Services next Sunday as follows: assessments create some cen- Aug. 27, 1934.Editor .
CCC Credit
-Commodity Corpo.
jo:00 A. M.-Sunday School, T. tral state authority to compel fair of The Telegraph, ration. ,.
valuations to Dear Sir
eliminate :
superintendent. oppressive
So Williams CWA--Civil Works Administration.
I 11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; levies and to Insist upon equitable If our State Prohibition law is ,

sermon by the pastor. levies against utilities, personal 1G repealed, the state will be flooded ECNR-Executlve Council for

I 800: P. M.-Evening Worship; property and improved property. with booze "local option" or no National Recovery.
Wall served as chairman "local The state will baas
I song aDd sermon. of the -' option" ECPC-Executive Commercial 1:00: P. M:! .-*.chrlstlan Endeavor. 1931 Florida Citizens Finance and : wet from its northern boundary Policy Committee '

Taxation Committee, appointed by : tJ tq Key Went as the oceans that FACA-Federal Alcohol Control .
the then Governor Doyle Carltonto 'R J beat upon Its shores. Administration. '

make a complete survey of the We Prohibition but ;
may repeal FCA-Farm Credit Administra
BOB JONESComments I whole tax question as to real personal we cannot repeal the heartaches lion.

] and Intangibles. This commlttee's II and the despair that are In legalized FCT-Federal Coqrdlnator of je
I
On Here report furnished the basis r F F' M ', liquor. Transportation.
for the present Intangibles law.
but FDIC-Federal Deposit Insurance
And Hereafter The return on Intangibles for the We may repeal ProhibitiOn,
Corporation.
we cannot repeal the misery and
=--- year 1933 was $179.717,81268, as the poverty that are in legalized FEHC-Federal Emergency.
against about
October 10 the president of the $1,000,0000 for the liquor. Housing Corporation. ,, t?
Bob Jones College Is going on an first year of its operation, 1932. We may repeal Prohibition, but FERA-Federal Emergency Relief -

evangelistic tour to Europe. He The report failed to Inspire suc- Lot'. Flight we cannot repeal the wife-beating Administration
will be on the continent under the ceeding legislatures to do anything .y the wickedness' D.atruciioD'o'ot Sodom Sodom and Gomorrah.-The Lord revealed to Abraham that Ha was angered and the child cruelty that are in FRSB-: Fedo.ral) E m p 1 oyment ,
auspices of an American committee about other changes In the tax promised Abraham that / and Abraham pleaded with Him for the righteous few in the city. And God legalized Uq\U>r. Stabilization Board. y
structure It cited that ?.ten.riffhto01: !* louis shuuld be found 'In Sodom lie would< the city Tw
spare
When his work is finished on a survey angels then visited Lot In We may repeal Prohibition but FFCA-Federal Farm Credit '
city of Sodom. The angels Commanded Lot and
of J his family to flee from the city.
the continent he will return to Liverpool twenty-three mercantile establishments enjoining them not to 'look back we cannot repeal the crime and Association.
the
upon city. fljut hill wife looked back from behind him. and she becamerf.Mhif
England, and Belfast, Ire- In twenty-three cities of of 1.1t.-Gel1. lawlessness that beer and whiskey
19: 26. her figure may bo seen at th. left of the accompanying picture In which FHLBB Federal Home Loan.
where he will conduct Florida showed by their own state- lolerlan always produce.We .
lAnd, special Portrayed the destruction
} of Sodom and Oomorruh. "And Lot went out of Zoar. and Bank Board.FSnCFederal.
up
evangelistic campaigns. He ments that they were worth $12.- Iwelt In the mountain, and his two daughters wih' l for he may repeal Prohibition but
} >i"T feared to dwell In Zoar5; and he dwelt In a S u b .Ia tence ;
will be accompanied by three 000,000 In personal property, as ave, n. and his two daua-hten.-Gen. :ao. From an engraving made by Marian In the Seventeenth we cannot repeal the habitforming Homesteads Corporation. -
young ministers who are graduates opposed to an actual assessment of .ntury. drug and the enahackllng power -

nf' the Bob Jones College.. One of only $1,009,280.: The total -personal that are In alcohol. FSRG-Federal Surplus Relief

these ministers, James Zellner of property return for the comodate the Influx if the Supreme Ing relief to the Brought area In ,. --. We may repeal Prohibition, bu Corporation,
Birmingham Ala., will remain on whole state In 1933 was only $47- Court should hold that Prisoner the west through the exercise of we cannot repeal the protoplasrnlsm. O3C-Grain Stabilization Cor '

the continent of Europe for at 852.246.: This In spite of the fact Green is right. the wide dlscreatlonary powers Imposed TheLetter I poison the psychoses, the multiple p oration.KOLC.

fist a year of evangelistic work. that it Is estimated that the return -- upon him by Congress in the neuritis, the gastritis and the c1rr.: -Hom* Owner's L o a U

Two other young ministers, Fred on personal property shouldbe At least 1,000 of the 10.000 to use of mlHlons. to affect recovery BoxStarke hosU of the liver that beer and Corporation. ?- r

Brown and Jimmle' Johnson, both no less than half the return on 15,000 slot machines long in oper- of the nation's economic statue whiskey cause. IAB-Industrial Advisory Board

Alabama boys, will remain in the real estate holdings last year assessed ation In Florida will be Immune The motto and goal of every LAB-Labor Advisory Board '

British Isles a year conducting at $2.427,397,684.: It Is hard from the Governor's order to sheriffs Governor Sholtz has repeatedly Fla true American who loves his God, NAG-National Advisory Com

evangelistic meetings for young for Mr. Wall to toncelve how the of the state to !'do away with said that under no circumstances Sept. 3, 1934. his neighbor and his country, mittee.

*ople. The whole) wide-world has assessment on ,real estate IncludIng slot machines.;" la he going to call a special session Editor Telegraph, should be: "Total abstinence for NCB-National Compliance 1 I ,,

opened Its doors to'the messageand Improved property, should be Sheriff Rex Sweat of Duval has of the legislature. It Is now being Dear Sir: ,? the Individual, Prohibition for the Board ,,/'
the program for which the so low when as he cites, more written the advanced that his chief and nation."
governor to the effect Impell- NEC-National :
The food we eat has a great Influence Emergency
Bob Jones College stands. than $2,000,000,000 in fire Insur- ,.,, '' Your. truly, .
that the strong arm of the law, ing reason rests'on the Federal e' Council.
ance Is carried on buildings aloneIn not only upon our physique, F. J. PATTEE st
this In the form of a Duval Circuit court Emergency Relief situation in this but upon our mind and disposition! NIRA National Industrial Recovery -
I tell the boys and girls in our state. Injunction compels him to look In state. According to best obtainable A great war lord remarked that Act. tt
He points out that the fact that another direction when he figures, Florida has receivedthe Stark, Florida,
college that people never find hap- approaches an army marches upon Its stom- August 31st 1934.b't. NLB-National Labor Board.
there are 7,000.000 acres of cut- a spot where he knows munificent sum of $43,766-
for stumble
looking It. They -
piness ach. The first historical record of E. L. Matthews, Editor-Owner NPB-National Planning Board.
over It on the path of duty. over lands on the state delinquentlist such a machine to be coining in 013.83 Crom the Federal Relief Administration the potency of food was when Esau Bradford NRA-National
County TelecrapbStarke. Recovery
Eight years ago we felt that It was as proof positive that this class fat profits for Its owner at the at Washington with- sold his birthright to Jacob for a Florida ministration. Ad-1'

our duty to build a certain type of property has been oppressivelytaxed. expense of the "free and easy" out Florida's having put up a dimeto mess or '"pottage" ("mulligan' Dear Mr. Matthews: FCC

Christian college. We did it became player. It is stated that if all match any part of this grant. i they call it now). Jacob was a Since the creation of so many ration.-Production Credit Corpo- .

we thought It was our dtuy.On Little hope Is entertained that sheriffs have destroyed the machines The figures on the aggregate ex- good cook as well as a sharp business Alphabetical Bureaus by the PresIdent ,
seized In to the tended are from June 18, 1933 to PWA-Public Works Adminis g
this path of duty we found the 1935: session will do anything response man. and his Advisors I have had
happiness and today we feel like about equalization of taxes. governor's orders a neat fortune August 28, 1934. tratlon. .
In the early mining days of the an ardent desire to know what the
tinging, "Praise God from whom has been consigned irrevocably to loranYstatee.isperl. .bonds In the PWEHC Public Works Emergency
West fights, and killings were the various combination of letters of ,
ill blessings flow." It Is a won- Pressed, by National Bank Examiners the scrap iron pile of the junk i. amounts of millions and otherwise : order of the day. The reason for the alphabet represented In the effort Housing Corporation. .,
derful thing to be In partnershipwith who, It Is said would dealer. The loss at only $2500: provided funds to match as far as this was held to be the wretched to bring renewed hope and' RFC-Reconstruction F'i nance

God. have them charge off close to a i each, would amount to more thana possible Federal Relief Grants and looking prevailing, where the happiness into the lives of many of Corporation

e half million dollars owed them by I quarter of a million dollars. It Is no secret that the FERA Is beans could not be boiled soft in our people and to restore' 'a spiritof SRC-Surplus Relief Corpora-. 3:s

The editor, is fifty years old. He the state for a number of years One of the best paying and most being severely criticized for itsapparent the hard water and no ,way was confidence la I the minds of those .Ion..

It "at his best" physically and unless something is done about It, constantly and consistent rackets generosity to Florida known to make the petrified mans who had been determinedly carrying TCFT-Temporary Committeeon

mentally. It la our hope and prayer a number of the larger banks at In Florida It Is one of the most which has matched none of the pork palatable; and the Indigestiblemeals on when at times the burden Foreign Trade

In the next ten years. if the Jacksonville, Miami and Tampa highly organized and most profic- millions given for relief In this bred bad humor. When the seemed too heavy to carry: A TVA-Tennesee Valley Author-

lord tarries and' we live to pro- which holds the liens.are reputedto ient. Practically all of the slot state. War Between the States threatened friend managed to get possessionof Ity. ;

note around the world sane orthodox be preparing to "move 'In" ,on machine business of this state is In making applications for Horace Greeley remarked that such a list as I had wanted, -......

evangelism. There will be no I the state. said to be under the dominance ofa grants to the Washington FERA the South needed 400,000 cooks-- giving the names of all the bureaus Any person receiving counterfeit "

beating of drums, blowing of I. During the Martin and Carlton Chicago syndicate. headquarters Governor Sholtz. la 1 mear'og: that, though the negro thus far created and, as I money Is the loner unless he unknowingly ?
borne waving of flags or big admin Istrations arrangementswere -- required to attest as follows: mammies knew how, to prepare the feel certain that most of the readers passes It on. Banks will t'

headlines in papers, but to the ends made with these banks to All reports' that he will run for "I hereby certify that the com- fried chickens, rice, lyehominyand of your paper would like to not make good on such spurloua

of the earth It Is our desire .to honor approved accounts, pay Governor in ''1935 to the contrary bined moneys which can be made sweet potato pone In an appetizing know the names of these bureaus bills or coins, but will confiscate

carry the message. them and hold the bag,until such notwithstanding, Comptroller J. M. available within said state ( FlorIda manner this unvarying that are merely designated by a them if presented.

.time as the state could pay them Lee will be a candidate to succeed ) from all sources *.* will fall menu became Irksome In the long 7

The world Is sick and tired of meantime enjoying a six per cent himself If he Is a candidate at all. below the estimated needs within run and fostered anger and sedi "

machinery and eccleslastlclsm. But Interest rate. He states this with emphasis in said state" tlon. With more variation of the

I the world was never as hungry for It has been a pretty good account denying any' Gubernatorial l.aspirations. Fern officials at Washington, Its meals the frowns would be con For Expert
RepairingSmith's
the gospel as It Is now. Men and verted Into smiles
for the banks but the state suggested can, until a session| of
women everywhere want a simple as with business has been In hard the legislature Is'convened, rightly A contemporary example of a *
definite message. They want straits due to falling tax'collec- If modesty Is virtue, as charged, say that Florida has had no opportunity character soured from the lack of

something to "tie to." There seems tions, has been unable to pay more then former Governor Doyle Elam to match funds, even if It good eats is that of Adolph Hitler.
to be nothing certain about 'government than a pittance on the principal. Carlton is covered with it. Of all could, since there has been no He eschews all kinds of stimulants l GaragePhone

or world machinery. NoW'II The state under the constitution the several hundred cattlemen and meeting of the assembly since last and coffee, tobacco and meats. A

' the opportunity for Christian Is prohibited from making loans.!! legislators In attendance upon last June. Under the FERA set-up diet of sauerkraut, spinach and

leaders to throw out the gospel lifeline But It can legally enter into the week's screw worm conference each state is supposed to match turnips without bacon, fried or 120
to men and women who are -.rrangesnenta made for such finan- here none could have been more funds to some degree. boiled followed by a glass of wa- ;

Sinking in the ocean of doubt and cing as related and probably by modest than the former chief exec- The point Is made that Florida ter, would spoil the temper of a

despair. To the limit of our abll'y mandamus proceedings the banks utive. Invited to sit at the speakers might not fare so well after a see saint. And having been a painter Wrecker Service Day or Night Ir

<' we hope to throw out this life concerned can tie up all money in table-he was occupying an Inconspicuous sion of the legislature U held and before he became the German god

"ne. if we had one hundred sane the general fund until paid.If place among the cat- no provision is made to match he naturally contracted colic,
level headed consecrated and the bank examiners do bear tlemen-he refused, saying that he FERA grant. This Is advanced which does not Improve matter. --- f

trained young ministers we could down and! insist that the accountbe felt at home with the cattlemen, "as the governor's chief reason for On the other hand his subjects are J

Place them now In all parts of the charged off unless paid or given and be was perhaps right because not even considering calling an extraordinary models of docility, because they : DJERKISSTALCUM
world the Carlton family for generationshas live better. No matter how a ,
We are asking our friends life again by payment of a sub- seeion. poor
to pray for the work of our Institution stantial part of the sum due the been Identified with the cattle 'I German may be he must have his -73 4

and ask God to raise up laborers only alternative is to'proceed to Industry of the state in a big way Next year the State Constitutionof beer, his "wurst." coffee and 4

for the fields which are compel' payment through the 1885 will have been in effect smoke and having dined well he '

white unto harvest.. courts l. which might mean delayedpay FERA Administrator Julius fifty years. That instrument madeno becomes contented and tractable. /

days to those who get their Stone Jr., wearing sandals, pat- provision for a Lieutenant Governor The ever Increasing automobile 2Jtl atl1tcciJci
Government scientists are eek- salaries out of the general fund. terned after those of the Greek created the office of President accidents l may to a certain extent a )
"( a method to fey white socks be charged to the hot-dog
make sour vinegar ,--- Gods accentuated of the Senate instead The
with a "honey" flavor out of sweet Convicts sentenced to do termsin attended the cattlemen's conference Lieutenant Governor usually presides stands which the travelers must

tmey.iw the State Penitentiary and madeto spoke on what the, FERA over the senate takes over patronize. A hamburger sand-and 'e&vle P Pr
with adulterated mustard
nftCtIT server their terms on State Road could and could not do In bringingthe the Gubernatorial chair In the absence wich eop
:
COU. 1I""DrnAD raw onions followed by the stan-
''Ot'TI' FLORIDA tie' CIIAHCEKYiA work in more than thirty widely.eparated screw worm cattle menace: un- of the governor from the dard to
der cntrol. Frank bold and sincere state. The of bellywash are objected by
will know president the senate -
soon
! Smith urn Liquidator tor Brad- points, the stomach and puts l murder Into All che'wodd. '
"or4 in his statements l, the thirty- assumes no prerogatives of the ,
County legally
Bank being
a corporation. whether they are the soul. Like the angry man who ,",,
Plaintiff.lr two old administrator felt governor during his absence. But '
year
Vi worked on the public highways. will beat'bls horse and kick his knows Djer- ;
' .lt r k.! that he might have been too frankIn in the event of a by death s'i
Taylor .t. al., Roy Green, one prisoner now serving vacancy dog to relieve his feelings, the
De'end..nt.. spite of the generous applause resignation or impeachment of the / )
CASH NO. term and made to work on the motorist will vent his spite by oremon'.mong"* 4'
Th.OHR DER Fl LICATION' roads does not think his prison term he received. governor, the President of the goading his machine to undue Talcums. For the whole
To of Florida! calls for road work, but rather Turning to the writer, Stone Senate fills the unexpired term. ,
*alt.e B. Taylor and hl.. wife speed heedless a* to where It may
I','enta. Taylor 10' .Donnelly, St. that he should be confined to the vouchsafed that "rd better not run In the now nearly fifty years of lead, a menace to himself and others. family, after bathing ic Isindispensable. r'r'to
. T.L uton. Wart Virginia. State Penitentiary at Raiford. He for governor.Tbe fact Is the spend- the existence of this system no It Is written that President t .. *'
ltd. M"? h"tlc.of that complaint the plaintiff aaalnatwkir. ha has filed proceedings In the form der of government millions In Florida president of the Senate has sue Roosevelt once stopped at a hog I Ui* it daity }

,'II In. the aba. entitled _u.. of a writ of habeas corpus and made a distinct hit with the ceeded to the governorship by virtue dog stand for a sandwich and a Softer *'
the .
for clo ure of a mort- finer absolutely pureif
of
,>adfordrCou following the Supreme Court will conduct audience one of the most serious bis being president of the glass of beer. But only once, mind if

0 ,.. Florida towlhn'c hearings October 19. and moet Intent ever to have assembled senate If Governor SbolU should you., One who has to submit tobeing Ij1 protects and absorbs.The delfcatev
>164: Section
'I. Town.hlp President's .
be called to the cabinet ;
believe that at the state capital
tooth Range II Eapt to.ether There are those who : photographed with a grin on ""
'.!"lh 'he ten.ment.. h.redltam.ntse the present State Highway Departmeat next year, as some are willing to the face once a day, cannot afford inimitable Ojer-K/ss/ fragrance of

; : It I. Ordered".that and b"lon.ah would be glad to get rid of A. P. Spencer director of the believe in. spite of the governors to have bellyache. But it
'..r'nu are her"by required.YOll to .p this form of labor, the feeling be- Extension Division of the Vnlver- denials, the chain would be broken. U evident that those near-Hitlers, '--r\\ course. White and. Rosa rj

"d,! anal bill of complaint In ng that such labor is not an cheap fty of Florida, predicts that unless Senator, W. C. Hodges; of Leon who torture the destinies of the
Monday. October Jat Jumbo :
'tint'. "*h'"*wl. ..e the bill of coro- a* the general public would be- the screw: worm can be checkedthe next President of the, Senate, NRA and the AAA. are too busy I j j srrrt251 .
will *>. taken a. confeaeed by almost of canker would become governor for the remainder meals and have to r
for
* lieve. Maintenance costs are famed citrus scourges I decent patronize S10.0
I
a,i ratb'' farther ordered that thl.'r r R"o _
of the term extending to 1 fir.J
'' J pnbllahed once each week as high as common labor and Mediterranean Fruit Fly the dealers in Indlgestlbles.Their i a

:ont7. '"Telegraph".ocutlve. week a nwapapr. In Bradford publit. can be secured for on a per diem will be made to look like piker i January 1.. 1937. decisions show It too well. e. I.I Site ,

.. '" Bradford Florida.1 basis and, in addition there Is the problems. Nary prevalent In near The above Is only Intended
.
of" mjr Dmn<1 ':"'duntt6'e official never ending concern and worry ly fifty counties be predicts that It CARD OF. THANKSWe emphasize the neceslty for as CI
Ti Paid Court at Rtarke. Brad- extend to Julius Stone's wish to thank our friends 1 living as we can afford, that 1ft4TALCUM
;f County Fenrlda. thl. 12nd day about maintaining morale, preventing may even Jep
AQ.uat A. D IM/. escapes: and affecting .re- Key' West. No government help, who were so ,kind and thoughtfulof may have healthy bodies tOl

'AC Clark J.f THOMAS the Circuit Court captures. state or national.. can be had until us during the recent slckaese minds. Good meals should be '

ljff''Ul' Bradford County Florida.'lint Some 1,300 prisoners are on the next year unless President Roosevelt and death of our loved one. order of the day ,la this POWDER' .... {i r

........ ..tKOltklalattfV roads, Ralford. already;- overcrowded .can be prevailed upon to act MRS. CHKSXJCT .FOOO' where things, el nwbere ewwIW e raw. .+....ftsh.ill V ...).*. "4ai *&l v1, ...'! f'
-Jl.&t--1I.y. would be hard put to ac- as he did in Ute matter of bring AND FAMILY; ed luxuries,. can easily be had. by 1 v........ .. .... :s.,' .'i11, Io 04...'
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.t; EIGHT BRADFORD COTOTTT TKUBORAPn. STAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTE3IBER ..
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Bradford DOING OUR BIT 1 Hastings Publisher.-; JOHN S. PHILLIPS School Board Met CIIESLEY FOGG DIES- -

l County TelegraphEstablished Much and cleaning I MIAMI POLICEMAN; !; .,DIES T-G .'
painting up ,Visits Starke; On Funeral services held at On First Monday. \II.\t limIt
iw.fre
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Is being done in Starke, and much -
1877 Waif T Lake CityJ. Hope Cemetery near C Ther*ssa, Chesley F .68
more is in prospect. People are $ gg. died
--. .... -_.._...._ ..- -- ,--- .. beginning to take cognizance of : last Thursday for John S. Phllllpii The Board of Public Instructionmet home in Graham Saturday at hit!'
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class the fact that towns like individuals -, A.. 'Wallace.. Sdltw. and pub- who died' Tuesday at bU home in on the first Monday follow In the an illness of ten day. after
and transacted the.
IIshr'!of, The Herald'at Hastings, MiamI: ; month
known ., He was born in
: their
Matter at the Post Office at Florida are by appear Northwood
Starke the ''Potato City,";passed through Rev. William Lyell of Latotey ing business/ : New
... -- --- ., -- .. -- .. ante and \if we-expect to attract E. A. Sapp was given' $5.00 per Hampshire December 12, 1870,
this city Tuesday"'afternoon en- conducted the service, and Masonic and at the of
visitors to this must
E. L. Matthews..-_...?_____.,,_____,,-.Editor and Owner make our environment section attractive.The we route to Lake City,'where he was rites were conducted at the grave month additional for extension to parents. moved age to,th.ree.Waldo with his
,
.. -- ,.. .. ..- .. -- psychological effect on .the accompanying a friend; to the U. S. by the Stark and Lawtey Lodges, his route.J. the family lived for several Where
Veterans' Hospital 'Mr. Wallace Members of both these lodges also W. Gaskin's route was changed years
SUBSCRIPTION RATE folks hare! themselves Is also before moving to Graham,
has been publisher1 of The Herald acted as pallbearers The DeWltt from the original and he was he resided for the where
makes
Yearly $1.50 Six l\Ionths.1Sc-Payable: In Advance good. A brightened-up town given $3.00 additional to first contract remaining years
; the folks who live there brightenup I a leading publication at Hastings, C. Jones.Company had ,charge of of his UfeFuneral ,
Advertising: Rates on' Application too. The effect Is cumulative, for the pant,ele' !n; years' and Is arrangements. ,' services was held
Sun-
well-known ; the" The taken John T. Smith i Is removed as
-' and 'from small beginnings folks aiopn? newspapermen following clipping wa* day afternoon at the
of the Sunshine, ; Mate., .Editor from the September :5 issue of, trustee of Hampton Colored school Christian Church with Graham
effort This is
(By RED KERCE go on to greater not filled. at this meetIng Rev. G. H.
) progress. Wallace come front one of the The Miami Herald:, vacancy Lowry pastor of the Starke Preg.
,. oldest newspaper families In Flor "John Stanley Phillips, 62, veteran x byterlan Church in
-i I -O i charge
of
Pity the dumbbells-they are forever being rung., UNSELFISIINESS ida and has proved to be success member of the Miami polled department Widows' pensions were approvedfor service. Interment the

0.... i ful In all journalistic undertak and chief of police of I the following:, Mrs W. J. Har- the family plot at Mt.was made In
I News stories say that all danger! ings. Sliver Bluff before that section be. dee, Mrs. Beulah Kelly: Mrs.' Hat- Sinai Cemetery -
Graham.Surviving .
The Blue Eagle doesn't seem to be nesting In the roughs., of war,In Europe and the Far East came a part of Miami, died( in tie Alvarez Mrs. H. D. Tyler Mrs. near Mr.
Fogg .
o I, has passed.The day will come when STARKE BERRIES WIN8ECONDHALF Jackson Memorial Hospital of Ida George Mrs. Myrtle Priest, dow Mm. Millie, J. are his w|

Idling away your time is another good way to spend nations no longer,will go to war. LEAGUE heart disease. He had been ill for Mrs., Rosa Allen Mrs.Pora Sullivan daughters, Mrs. D. L.Fogg Durban five
How far away that day la nobody (Continued From Page 1) several months.. Mrs., Ida Wiggins' Mrs Lillie Jacksonville Mrs. Llnnte of
'
time. M
your? idle can tell'It may be a hundred seventh yielding six successive 'Phillips had been a. resident of Cone' Mrs H, F. Redding Mrs Culley of New York Me-
or a thousand from or sent to Most-Is Lewis, Mrs Pink Thornton, City Mrs,
o years now blow Sparkmao' was! in Miami far twenty-five years and Leola F. Roberta of Brook ,
Any columnist can truthfully.vouch that it is far easier even, longer, but It wlllcome, come quell the uprising at this point, was a conductor on the Florida Mrs. Maggie Burt. George Conway of Palatka er Mrs and
when when greed for For the several The Board'and the, City of
savagery and held the foe hltless. East Coast railway for Miss of
Leecy Fogg Graham
to.be early than bright. gain, Is eliminated from the mindsof Rambler., Zant held the locals to years. Starke employed a Joan to patrol Jewett and
one son Chesley
O man. MVe scattered hits in seven innings: "Except for intervals during Road No. 13 In front of Bradford of Graham; two sisters Fogg, also
Misses
Personal Item: Al Capone is now a guest of friends o"Devil's Man's mentality Is still defectiveand However he was,wild as a hawk, which he served in other city,departments County High School during school Cola and Grace Fogg of Thono-
the most defective part of it and might have, gone places, had' be served with the police hours. tosassa and
without one brother
vacation
'r! Island" on, an extended pay. Is what is left of the or the The Board the George
savage he had the slightest :conception department from 1919 until.,be passed necessary Fogg''of Dade t City.:
o lower animal in him. where he was going. Hardee: 'pitched "I resigned to enter the service of the resolution to ,borrow_ money to .

Generally a young man's: fancy is the failure of many an Self dominates that trait, self commendable ball t
old above everything else with no Berries in check!! 'the last.inning. 1924. He became a lieutenant, at- further business the Board N. C. STATE!: COLLEGE
man. 'consideration for the other fel- The Henries started the scoring tached to the Coconut Grove pre- I adjourned to meet the first Mon -

o low.But In the first when J.. Hall trolled cinct, ,when that area was Incorporated day In October. The, following', article clipped
A critic is a person with a third as much sense, as the unselfishness Is making its Carter sacrificed him to'sec- in the city limits. ? I. A. J. CRIFFIS, Sec'y.'zVa'Uonalllou81ng from Friday's \issue!! of The Lake

ti fellow who says that the average critic is dumb.0 way In the world. Probably ten ond, Woodall and Abbott walked, Later he served as desk sergeant -: .-----r--1-+ City Reporter will be of Interestto
percent of the human race is unselfish filling the bases,,; and 'Manassa at headquarters and.at the Act Starke friends of Mr. and Mrs.
.. .
K i i 0 and that noble force is walked, forcing'JatJ.: HalL Hallle time of his death he was officer L. Wyman''and daughter, Ruth
Sure the Lord will take care of the working girl sister; gradually gaining' from, day to day. Jones singled to score Woodall. J. I attached to the Municipal court.: Not.'Become, Operative who are former residents of

I but, it's durn little protection the guy she's working gets. As soon as It is In the ascendency, Hall and Copeland flied out to end 'He was a native of Theressa. Fla, Until Early Next Year Starke:.
there will be
no more war.-Key
the Inning. and, leaves his parents, Mr:; and "Regrets at the leaving of Mr.
"l ol West' Sunday. Star.HERB'S Lake Butler's two tallies. came in Mrs. Daniel C. Phillies of' that While the,new buildlncr feature- 'and Mrs. Lenthall B. Wyman and

j Florida has advantages worth advertising. What other -a- the seventh, whenZant opened city and two daughters, Mr. of the National :Housing Act-:' daughter;'Miss Ruth by'their host

states have better sunshine and moonshine during the day HOPING KAY'"Flol'lda's with a single to left and J. Tyson Henry Dunn of Jacksonville,,.and that .portion embracing the Insurance of friends bere'and at Starke are
next tourist crop will lifted a homer over the centerfield Margaret of Mobile, Ala.; a brother 'of mortgages and establishment to an extent mitigated in the

7' time? be a record breaker," Russell Kay, fence,'a feat seldom accomplished Owen ,J. Phillips of Lawtey, of national mortgage associations knowledge that be has accepted a
{ o.- secretary the Florida Press Association here. From this' point until the Fla.; five sisters, Mrs. WilliamN. -probably will not become chair on the faculty of the forestry

P If silence is golden Vice-President Garner succeeds"BabyFace" predicts. "It will ma- eighth It was anybody's ball gameat Cox, Miami; Mrs. E. D. Hllliard operative before the early part of school of Nctrth Carolina State Col-
ture earlier and last longer than 2-all, but the Berries broke It Valrlco, Fla.! Mrs.; J. S. Norman next year the Federal Housing lege at Raleigh. He will teach
''t Nelson as public enemy" No. 1 on a' charge, of: ever before; bumper harvest of up with a pair of tallies in their Mrs. W .H. Norman and Miss Debbie Administration Is, actively engag. logging end the utilitarian aspects

outrageous hoarding. winter visitors and a cash returnof half of the eighths; Phillips,of Lawtey., ed in laying the groundwork for of lumber, In this famed forestry

o I millions that will benefit every -' this ,broad program. Administration school of the South.

w ,While they are'planning on furnishing home for aged man, woman and child In the The ,post-season, series between Fight Mosquito Breeding officials are urging those con- Mr. and Mrs.Wyman and daughter -
State," This forecast, based upon Starke and Daylight will be for the Work templating ,new work to consult 'have .lived here for the past
golfers why not erect a monument to the dead runt golf, his survey at the Chicago Exposition bestfour;, games out of seven, beginning Begun This,, Week-, ,..' with architects and builders this, few"; years incidental to his work
-
,course? and following a similar fore- / i Thursday, September 13, fall; with the government here. They
cast by the federal department of at Reno. Field.. The remainder of Twenty men employed by the A, family building s"tiouse'must have made many friends due to the
o agriculture for the Florida citrus the games'will be played alternately FEHA!; began work this week. un. have in cash at least 20 per cent fact they have entered closely In.to .
The word "stratosphere" means anything beyond nothing der direction of Chief of Police A. of the total value of the house and
Industry. Is about the best news here and at Durkee Field. : the worthwhile things of community
r. or better said what is on the inside sheets of the average we could have. Starke who boasts'the best record, L., Alvarez, destroying mosquito land, or the equivalent in land, life and they take with
.t.,; breeding places within the. city
... which is owned free and clear.
k popular q. for the combined season's average, them to their new work and home
song. which
shelter the
LOOK TO THE FUTURE will,'be bidding strongly for theseason's dengue germ Mortgage loans made on new and the: best wishes of a hoit of sin-
o I spreading, Insect. existing homes to be approved for friends."
'ay The safest to get wife told is Have you a case of "Business I ?'championship. And, considering In general, the men will cleanup Insurance, are limited to a max- cere .
way your phone the Berries' recent -
over a Jitters"7 If you are one of those Imp resslve.Ylctorles' the city of all weeds old Cans imum of $16,000 not
after you are sure'that the active service of the'phone has who fear that the present upward : over, Daylight, they I tires, and other, places where the more than eighty representing cent of the MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED
per
trend of business seem to have a fine chance of doIng Marriage licenses Issued by County -
jj been discontinued. la not sound and mosquito might breed. Tires and appraised value.. They are to be .
that. Not bad outlookfor Judge E. K. Perryman in the
Just a
will *'
surely'relapse, then you are tin cans furnish a good breeding amortized over a period of not
o number of this month
four far
suffering\ with "Business Jitters". our home town place for the so
l# } mosquito aa they more than twenty, :
: Now we sit down and try to figure who spoiled the other If more thought la given to the The Grocers wilt no doubt be fill with water that becomes stagnant years. were Norman Wiles to Miss Louise

ra Into believing he could run the world his_own way-Hitler or Ycu are Judging\ from the past counting.;(Strongly, on Pitchers after standing for :a certain 'A group of'flatfishes or flounders Wiberston Sept. 10, Harley Thorn-
Johnny Suggs, i Givens, and ton to Miss Beatrice Nelums, Sept.
future and less to the past bus(- -Lo'tL' length of time. Thousands, of toe have two side
on one
Hooee Long. ness will get farther aqd move faster Emmett Tully ,r A ,record crowd Is insects ,are raised in that way. of the head and none eyes on the other.Approximately' 4 1, Raymond NesRocher to Miss
ffr ,
C.
o Cut here is an important being forecast for,the series. Mamie Tison Sept 8, and J
i i
Thereva' not any new jokes says authority. No but the point. Someone has said that a FIRE! DESTROYS IIOMK :50,000 'new Dixon tcf Miss Florence Carlisle,
Sept.! 11.' The report was obtained
MRS. ETIIEL M. JOHNS
man Is old just as soon as his Fire destroyed the home of H. houses are built in London each
effort wasted revamping the old ones would build thousands thoughts turn more often to the DIES TUESDAY from the office of.Judge Ferryman -
H. Jones, Sampson City, late Bun- year.
ef new ones. past than to the future. Just so, ,, Tuesday.
Furniture clothes .
day. and other ,.
'
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.
business (Continued From Page 1)) D
0 a' Is enfeebled when it la household
goods were completely Grasshoppers are ground and For no known reason, in Bombay .
'
Trouble is if having bread buttered not forward-looking.' And by the dower! one daughter. Miss Bea. lost, it was stated. {I used for flour
you are by the Arabs.
your India duck
on one way-j-that youthful forwardlookIng trice Johns and adopted niece, a fish is' called a ,
side it is well to remember that it is at the same time becoming feeling ja the beat protectionwe Miss Geraldine Johns, of Starke; .

m 'crust on the opposite.' know of.against having "Busi three sisters Mrs, C. P. Tyson,
ness Jitters." Tarpon Springs Jacksonville Mrs. .W. W. Carter
a Leader. and; ,Miss Inez Moitt of Lakeland; ANOTHER 1 ACCIDENT
H It Is stated that minds of great, men run In the same o three brothers C, L;.Moitt of Dade ai a

,; channel. And we add that the drought does not apply to the DROUGHT RAISES PRICES City; W. A. Molt .. Lake Worth. ;

> ;middle west alone' The drought wiped out the-crops O.Those U: Moltt attending Jacksonville the funeral.from THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN J

e-r- of some of our richest farmlng out-of-town,were: *' '.

P The world will never be'in any better shape so long as the tates-but the national farm ins! Mrs. A, G. Ludwlg and Miss Muriel
come this year will total up considerably of Hernando Mrs.
Hallyfleld
;
'' to spend out number the of
ways
money making'it
ways by more than last. Reasonfor J. D. Crabb _or;Lake City; 1lrs.M. .
the raillians.V ',- that is the sharp ,rlsjn! the 'Tyson, Mf. and Mrs. Pate De- "

V 0--- value of what crops remain. Corn kel. Mrs. Edith Edwards, ''Mrs. I?
I will bring double last year's prices Walter'Alvarez ""Mr.''and Mrs. Roy .
,Having,your nose to, the grindstone Is not half so ,embarrassing'as. -livestock, and .
poultry ,dairy Johns, Miss Ertna'Johns, :Mi'''' Au- _
I having. holes In the seat of your pants along products,. which constitute the nie Johns.'Mrs. G.W. Seals, Mrs.J. ? 'S; -

i. with it. bulk of the farm income' will ., B. 'Tyson, :Mn C., P. Tyson all ', t
," bring in $700000,000 more than of Jacksonville;' Mrs. R. S, Johns "gars -
u o they did In 1933. Lake, S5tler'Mr; and Mrs. J. H. Y
ij People who think the higher things in life are free have Dun and Bradstreet forecasts Saxon.. Mrs. B. Johns Mrs Ray Tr1a(

j'* .pever triad a cup of coffee they give free with a fifty cent that the Increase In total farm in- Parker and Mrs. Garfield Johns of

z"" meal at a roadside eating joint., como will be from twenty to twen- Hampton..
y-flve
per cent--about J1.500(
--.0- 000,000. Standard Statistics be -

The :Pathfinder wants to, know if we remember when haves the rise will amount to $::1- ,:It'J:1::

,h liquor retailed for''60 cents"a quart., Just like a man:.could i 00,0000,000.officially say that Government the Increase experts will i r Skid* eeuue 5H time at many 8,400 stop tests show

drink fifty cents a quart bootleg and live to tell it., be around 1000000000. Thus' accidents a* blowout (insaranca !smooth tires tilde 77% farther
o there Is! considerable difference of recorduhoUlIHow'.da.GRJPoII '

The world was probably amazed to learn that the,World's farmer opinion as will to have bow to much spend more when the r-a your tires How does k compare r -and other new tires
slide 14% to 19% farther-
Fair didn't move to Canada --111
after Its refusal to permit those 1934 closes-but every agency la
,quintuplets to be exhibited. certaIn his pockets will be better ,LETS GOS-J\ .. .pin; g safetyo&: ,' than New G-3 AllWeathers.Goodyears .

ned than before-and principal THE' the "G-3": "'
o BEST new v grip beat stop
credit forthis Improvement In the
' Another. front page story: Whenever a person goes financial condition of the great SHOW IN GoodyearWeather All quickest, because: of' their

,crazy w rr ir'because majority of farmers goes to old JACKSONVILLE ?
they are unable, to pay a tenyear.old CENTER TRACTION. Now,
Mother Nature's system of adustlng PALACE
.
debt..w',. .. '-" .. "_'.._, supply and demand.Titueville FRI.-SAT.SUN. Ge..nEAR' ; further.improved and made

0 Star-Advocate. Sept. 14-15-16 43%'' lonfter-lastin In theALLWEATHER

' Modern age is, on a standstill in some" respects, F'ln- pAN The. Year's Outstanding : "
EARLY FALLA "G-3. Also-a.alnst
stance ) the tail of a model ,"T"'to get. it VAUDEVILLE ,new ,
+ started, and'our'forefathers' did the to Boston dispatch to the New 'PALM BEACH GIRLS the!slight hazard of blowouts
start "sulled"ox.
same
a
York Times la caned, to the attention SONGS of
"
GOODYEARSPEEDWAY the protection
you get
i of the editor by Mrs. MacMlllou DANCES i :,
0 I which recites a 31-year : /tt11p0% patented Supertwist Cord in

'.x If you're going) to Greenland for the winter remember "I I mark which for contributes cold weather liberally In the to area the MUSIC CeaterTracttan? 9 t, vu d ..EVERYPlWh7FUrtWitlatb :

love'you"'in Greenland is: Univifgssaerntdluinolerifirona;:: I winter population of Clermont. r .d '- thick tread t Jtatafej iKa Fate-when you can have

jungnarsigujak.. News item from Pathfinder magazine. That I The dispatch says: } at lf, ..seer' -ribbed stdewalkiSapertwlet J'+ The: +Goodyear Margin of
,
word'my' dear readers "New England' unaeasonal cold ,J ?
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flurries In Gray, Me.. and on Mount 8.00xl'_, ,8M ,
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showed that up to noon today the
We sat to spoon average temperature for the month,

To triplets now was 2.9 degrees below normal, the !1.si! Motor Co.

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